...was acquired for $30 million by Norwalk, Conn.-based Xerox Corp. in July to extend Xerox Litigation Services' offerings...
Xerox Litigation Services this week announced that it now supports mobile device access for its OmniX e-discovery software and revealed a plan to offer managed document review services
...On Monday, Norwalk, Conn.-based Xerox Corp. announced the acquisition of Lateral Data, an e...
...had an 11-year relationship with the defendant, Arch Chemicals of Norwalk, Conn. Arch and its subsidiary, Arch Personal Care Products, have...
Without specific e-discovery rules, Connecticut state courts have been applying existing statutes, rules, and causes of action to address e-discovery issues. Yet, the relatively low number of cases i
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