KLDiscovery, a global leader in electronic discovery and information governance services, has opened its newest ISO 27001-certified data center in Toronto, Canada in response to an increase in the number of investigations and legal matters that require local support and hosting.
Canadian companies and law firms face unique discovery challenges due to in-country privacy requirements and international arbitration. Additionally, the presence of many multinational corporations with operations in the U.S. increases the frequency of cross-border ediscovery matters, as does an increase in overall global regulatory activity.
“This is an exciting time at KLDiscovery,” said Chris Weiler, CEO of KLDiscovery. “Our growth in Canada gives Canadian law firms and corporations immediate access to our best-in-class technology and signature ‘white glove’ client service.”
KLDiscovery has supported Canadian-based law firms and corporations across various industries for many years. In addition to supporting both a range of litigation and regulatory matters, KLDiscovery has assisted organizations and outside counsel that need to comply with Supplementary Investigation Requests and Section 11s issued by the Canadian Competition Bureau. These large-scale, fast-moving matters speak to the comprehensive level of end-to-end support KLDiscovery provides.
The new data center will allow Canadian organizations to access KLDiscovery’s proprietary technologies, including RCMgr®, Nebula™ and KLD Analytics, the company’s proprietary suite of predictive coding, review acceleration and advanced analytics. KLDiscovery will also host and support Relativity® from the new Toronto data center.
In addition to Canada, KLDiscovery operates data centers in the U.S., U.K., Ireland, Germany, France and Japan, and offers its clients ediscovery capabilities anywhere in the world via its proprietary mobile solution.
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