In an acquisition that brings together two of the biggest companies in the e-Discovery software market, kCura announced Monday it has acquired Content Analyst Company on undisclosed terms.
After surging to record highs last year, mergers and acquisitions in the technology sector are expected to cool in the months ahead, with the bulk of deals driven by the corporate world’s ongoing shift to cloud computing, as well as new data management needs created by the Internet of Things, a new report says.
The slowdown comes after corporate technology buyers raced to close deals ahead of expected weaker economic growth, according to 451 Research, a New York-based tech market analysis firm.
The Federal Trade Commission announced its annual revisions to the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act (“HSR”) jurisdictional thresholds on January 21, 2016.
In the latest sign of consolidation in the e-Discovery space, the Carlyle Group and venture capital firm Revolution Growth on Wednesday announced the acquisition of a Virginia-based legal technology services company for an undisclosed price.
Provided as a non-comprehensive overview of over key and publicly announced eDiscovery related mergers, acquisitions and investments in 2016, the following listing highlights key industry activities through the lens of announcement date, acquired company, acquiring or investing company and acquisition amount (if known).
Podcast: Our guests will discuss their entrepreneurial series of research papers looking at M & A work through the lens of E-Discovery, Data Privacy and Information Governance best practices.
Legal services providers and legal tech companies are more susceptible to the availability and inexpensiveness of capital.
The Company will sell its Huron Legal practice to Buyer (Consilio) for minimum gross proceeds of $112 million in cash at closing, before taxes and transaction-related expenses, plus a cash post-closing payment ranging from zero to $22 million contingent upon final full year 2015 financial results, and subject to certain other adjustments set forth in the Agreement.
Many factors come into play when you want to win a horserace. Next to the fastest horse, there’s a need for the best team, perfect daily condition, an extraordinary rider and sometimes also a big bunch of luck. Passionate trademark analyst and L2 founder Scott Galloway highlights this race in regards to Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google and shares the race’s ramifications in his short 15 minute presentation.
Due diligence is a fundamental stage in every M&A transaction and lays the foundation on which a deal is built. However, with so much material to review, companies sometimes don’t pay enough attention to information technology ( IT ).