U.S. attorneys can get tripped up by unfamiliar regulation, which, if violated, can mean stiff penalties
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Ediscovery.com treats electronic data discovery as a recurring business process to help predict discovery time and costs and improve results
...Landscape includes: Cloudnine Discovery, FTI Consulting Inc.'s ...
In a high profile Florida murder trial, pranksters disrupt witness' Skype testimony
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...FTI Technology is an e-discovery software and services provider that focuses...
...as a separate company, Attenex — which in 2008 was sold to FTI Consulting Inc. for $88 million. By coupling the technology with its lawyer...
...A survey by e-discovery vendor FTI Technology shows that 64 percent of the in-house lawyers responding called...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
Gartner published its "Magic Quadrant for E-Discovery Software," evaluating 23 vendors to help readers pick the right e-discovery software for their organization's needs
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