According to Johannes Stiehler, CEO of ayfie Group, in a July 7, 2020, announcement, “This is a great time for us to join the Merkur Market. While COVID-19 is obviously not over, we are definitely seeing business pick up in all areas. Our knowledge discovery product ayfie Locator was recently licensed to several large Norwegian law firms, while our eDiscovery tool ayfie Inspector is gaining traction in the US. As courts get back to work after the lock-down there, we are seeing revenue increase due to a rising number of transactions.”
According to David Moran, XDD President and COO, “Complementing our recent domestic acquisitions, adding Anexsys to the XDD family enables XDD to expand eDiscovery, Forensics and Managed Review services in the UK.”
The basic idea behind topic modeling, according to eDiscovery expert and author Herbert Roitblat, is that documents consist of words that are derived from some mixture of topics. The goal of eDiscovery, argues the author, is to get the information contained in a collection of documents, not to get the documents themselves. The documents are just a means to reach the information.
According to today’s announcement, the NightOwl merger is HaystackID’s fourth major investment event since April 2018. In April 2018, HaystackID acquired Envision Discovery, an eDiscovery managed services provider, and Inspired Review, a managed review and remote review services provider. In January 2019, HaystackID acquired eTERA Consulting, an eDiscovery managed services provider. Additionally, in February 2020, HaystackID completed a strategic recapitalization with Quad-C to support the continued growth and expansion of company depth, breadth, and reach.
The acquisition supports Mitratech’s mission to provide legal and compliance solutions to mitigate risk across organizations. Via Tracker, HR, and Legal teams can employ best practices, innovative features, and seamless integration to help minimize staffing-related risk and safeguard business continuity.
According to Wikipedia, malware analysis is the study or process of determining the functionality, origin, and potential impact of a given malware sample. In this new handbook from the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, the authors share concise insight and general techniques for analyzing the most common malware types for the Windows OS.
The information and insight highlighted by Marko Sillanpaa of Gartner in the recently published Hype Cycle for Legal and Compliance Technologies, 2020, may be useful for legal, business, and information technology professionals as they consider the positioning and potential for emerging data and legal discovery technologies.
Following the recent judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union in Case C-311/18 – Data Protection Commissioner v Facebook Ireland Ltd and Maximillian Schrems, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has adopted a ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ document to provide initial clarification and give preliminary guidance to stakeholders on the use of legal instruments for the transfer of personal data to third countries, including the U.S.
Published annually for the last six year’s, Ari Kaplan Advisors’ annual E-Discovery Unfiltered Survey is an informative report that provides actionable intelligence and insight for defensible decisions by legal, business, and information technology professionals on eDiscovery pricing patterns and preferences, projected investments, the impact of the cloud, outsourcing and remote review shifts, vendor selection criteria, and the need for international eDiscovery.
Based on the aggregate results of nineteen past eDiscovery Business Confidence Surveys, the following findings and charted overviews of responses to survey questions may be helpful for understanding the collective mindset of many industry experts regarding their confidence in the business of eDiscovery between early 2016 and today.