According to Candice Corby, Chief Executive Officer for Cobra Legal Solutions, “We looked carefully at what services our clients and the market find essential and sought out the best providers. Adding Digital Discovery to the Cobra family of companies increases our ability to help corporate legal teams, law firms, and government agencies with their pre-litigation and incident response challenges.”
According to TransPerfect President and CEO Phil Shawe, “We have competed against Semantix in the Nordics for more than 15 years and have admired their leadership position and strong reputation. It is exciting to have them as part of our rapidly growing global team and to work together to achieve great things for our customers. We welcome everyone at Semantix to the TransPerfect family, which will be a homecoming for some staff members who have worked with TransPerfect in the past.”
Just as there are many tasks in electronic discovery, many times there are multiple technologies and platforms involved in the complete electronic discovery process. When there are multiple technologies and platforms involved, data must be transferred from disparate technologies and platforms to other disparate technologies and platforms. This data transfer can be considered a risk factor that impacts the overall electronic discovery process.
A registration statement relating to the initial public offering by DISCO (LAW) has been filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission and was declared effective on July 20, 2021. The offering will be made only by means of a prospectus forming part of the effective registration statement relating to the offering. Trading began on the New York Stock Exchange on July 21, 2021. As of 3:01 PM ET, the stock was at $42.59 per share on a volume of 3,630,397 shares, up from an opening of $32.
Chambers Litigation Support 2021 USA is a comprehensive guide to the leading professional services providers in the United States of America. In the area of eDiscovery, the guide, published by the world’s leading provider of legal research and analysis, Chambers and Partners, highlights twenty leading firms and nine leading individuals supporting the USA.
Vipul Rajpara, Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer, “Legal hold is one of the most complex areas of the eDiscovery process, particularly in today’s remote work environment where there are massive amounts of distributed information that needs to be tracked, managed, and monitored. Given the growing number of pre-litigation triggers, it’s essential to make this process more user-friendly and efficient. The expansion of Casepoint Legal Discovery’s integrated legal hold solution gives customers a significantly streamlined and flexible pathway to meet these challenges.”
According to Kelly Griswold, Chief Operating Officer at Onna, “eDiscovery is not a single problem to solve, but rather a multi-stage workflow that requires targeted technology to address. Together, Onna and Zapproved provide a leading experience across the entire EDRM, giving customers a comprehensive solution where the integration of technologies is already taken care of and not an additional responsibility that customers have to manage themselves.”
With the aim of creating a solution that feels “magical” to lawyers, legal software provider CS Disco thinks the broad applicability of their solution across a spectrum of industries has created a significant market opportunity for them, a market they estimate to be $42 billion globally. On Friday, June 25, 2021, CS Disco took a significant step toward capitalizing on that market opportunity by filing for an IPO with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The 2021 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 20 U.S. eDiscovery litigation support providers and nine U.S. eDiscovery lawyers.
Implementing innovations ranging from heat maps for presenting Slack communications patterns and density to custom Technology-Assisted Review protocols for reviewing non-standard data types, including private and public channel Slack message and files, HaystackID enabled the successful execution of the project that allowed a leading global finance platform company and its outside counsel to respond to the DOJ Second Request compliantly.