ComplexDiscovery findings, data points, and tracking information that may be useful for understanding M&A+I activity patterns in the eDiscovery ecosystem from October 1, 2018, through December 15, 2018.
eDiscovery expert Dr. Bill Dimm explains why some performance metrics don’t give an accurate view of performance for eDiscovery purposes, and why that makes a lot of research utilizing such metrics irrelevant for eDiscovery.
The eDiscovery Pricing Survey is designed to provide insight into industry eDiscovery pricing through the lens of 15 specific pricing questions answered by eDiscovery ecosystem professionals.
In this fifth round of Bill Dimm’s TAR vs. Keyword Search Challenge, TAR beat the keyword searches by a huge margin.
This is an important judgment because it correctly recognizes hyperlinking as a technique of reporting that is essentially different from traditional acts of publication in that it simply directs users to content available elsewhere on the internet.
This CLE-approved webcast will discuss key events and trends in 2018, what those events and trends mean to your discovery practices and predictions for 2019.
By solving the inefficiencies of the Blockchain, IOTA, based on the revolutionary distributed ledger technology, the Tangle, may be the missing link for the Internet of Everything and Web 3.0.
“This move supports our strategy to provide the most comprehensive suite of global legal services to our customers,” says Lokendra Tomar, CEO of Elevate. “By continuing to build out consulting and technology-enabled managed services spanning CLM, M&A, litigation, compliance, legal operations and other areas all under one provider, we are able to help law departments and law firms solve increasingly bigger and more complex problems.”
As a venture-backed start-up and recent winners of the Chicago Innovation Awards, US LegalTech Venture Day and Product of the Year by M&A Advisor, Esquify’s innovations will be embedded into XDD’s existing managed review business to help drive increased client value and technology-driven results.
It recognized that while investments in legal tech are needed to streamline operations, legal departments are facing increased pressure from their companies’ C-suites to do more with the same or fewer resources.