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Feeling the Heat? The Summer 2019 eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey

This is the fifteenth quarterly eDiscovery business confidence survey conducted by ComplexDiscovery. Since January 2016, more than 1,448 individual responses to the survey have been received from legal, business, and technology professionals across the eDiscovery ecosystem. As your opinion is important in helping form a complete picture of the business confidence of those operating in the eDiscovery ecosystem, please do take the time to complete this short, anonymized survey as the results help all eDiscovery professionals better understand the industry’s current state of data and legal discovery business confidence.

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Eighteen and Eight: The 2019 Chambers Litigation Support Guide

The 2019 Chambers Litigation Support Guide is a comprehensive guide to the leading professional services providers in key markets worldwide. Compiled annually by Chambers and Partners, this year’s guide recognizes eighteen eDiscovery litigation support providers and eight eDiscovery lawyers.

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Former LinkedIn Exec Mike Gamson Joins Relativity as New CEO

“Since taking Relativity to market, our ambition has been to build an enduring global software company centered around our platform. Mike Gamson is an exceptional leader with a proven track record who has developed a passion for our platform and its ecosystem, and he truly appreciates its potential,” said Andrew Sieja.  “I’m excited to have him take over the reins as CEO.  He knows our company and customers, believes in the strength of our channel, shares our values, and brings a strong background and business acumen to the company that is going to accelerate the growth, impact, and evolution of Relativity’s business even faster.  It’s truly an exciting time for the business.”

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The Face of the Future? Libra and the Libra Blockchain

Libra is a simple global currency that people can use for their everyday needs. Libra will be built on the Libra Blockchain and the evolution of the Libra Blockchain will be overseen by the Libra Association, an independent not-for-profit headquartered in Geneva. The association will be responsible for facilitating the operation of the Libra Blockchain and managing the reserve that backs the currency.

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Elevate Secures $25 Million Investment from Kayne Partners

“Elevate now provides services to over one hundred Global 1000 corporations and over twenty global law firms,” says Brown. “This reflects the accelerating trend for law departments, law firms, and law companies to work together to more efficiently meet the growing legal demands in the business world. Our AI-powered enterprise legal management software platform supports process transformation for some of the most innovative global companies and law firms in the world.”

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IGP (Israel Growth Partners) Together With Its Major LPs Invest $110M in Cellebrite

“As we continue our growth journey in the Digital Intelligence market, we identified the need to add a strategic partner that will support our long-term vision and our commitment to our customers,” commented Yossi Carmil, Global Co-CEO of Cellebrite. “We are pleased to announce that after careful consideration through a rigorous process we were able to successfully structure a long-term partnership with IGP.”

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Considering eDiscovery Review? Task, Spend, and Cost Data Points

Based on the complexity of data and legal discovery, it is a continual challenge to understand the relationships, opportunities, and costs of specific eDiscovery tasks. With this challenge in mind and to provide information and context to discussions around the eDiscovery task of review, the following review-centric task, spend, and cost data points may be beneficial to legal, business, and IT professionals considering the economics of eDiscovery.

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Considering eDiscovery Processing? Task, Spend, and Cost Data Points

Based on the complexity of data and legal discovery, it is a continual challenge to understand the relationships, opportunities, and costs of specific eDiscovery tasks. With this challenge in mind and to provide information and context to discussions around the eDiscovery task of processing, the following processing-centric task, spend, and cost data points may be beneficial to legal, business, and IT professionals considering the economics of eDiscovery.