Avalon, a national provider of eDiscovery, managed services, and traditional litigation support services to law firms and corporations, has announced today that it will team up with C:DOX, a Cleveland-based litigation support and eDiscovery provider.
To rework the legal industry, which is steeped in tradition and regulation, large sums of money are likely required. In an effort to address these challenges, legal tech startups have received $1.5 billion in funding across 610 deals since 2010.
Congruity360 formed from the merger of Congruity, a solution provider and MSP with a storage focus, and KNJ, a provider of electronic discovery consulting and services, said Brian Davidson, co-founder of Congruity and managing partner of Pembroke, Mass.-based Congruity360.
Lighthouse eDiscovery, a leader in technology-enabled ediscovery and consulting services, today announced that it has combined forces with Discover, a rapidly growing ediscovery company.
LDiscovery, LLC, announced a definitive purchase agreement under which LDiscovery will acquire Kroll Ontrack in an all-cash transaction valued at approximately $410 million.
Epiq will become a privately-held company and will be combined with DTI, a leading global legal process outsourcing (LPO) company majority-owned by OMERS and managed by OMERS Private Equity.
The acquisition appears to be one that will provide OpenText with advanced analytics technology and expertise that can be used to expand the capabilities of its enterprise information management solutions (integration over time) and to immediately enhance its current offering portfolio (addition of Recommind offerings).
More than most, the business of government contracting is replete with such quirks and idiosyncrasies, and they can have a dramatic effect on the “cost” side of the cost/benefit analysis.
LDiscovery, LLC, a leading provider of eDiscovery services and Information Governance solutions, today announced its acquisition of Elite Document Solutions, LLC, a Fairfax, Virginia-based full-service litigation support company providing reprographics and eDiscovery services
The purchase of F1 is the latest move by XDD to continue its aggressive growth strategy. In January, the company acquired Utah-based Orange Legal Technologies, a premier provider of discovery services for litigation, audit and investigation support with specialized offerings to select industries including pharmaceutical/medical devices; financial services; oil/gas/energy; and intellectual property, antitrust and litigation.