... E-discovery and litigation support company UBIC Inc. reports that it has expanded its business to include products that...
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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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...City, Calif.-based UBIC North America, Inc., a subisidiary of Tokyo-based e-discovery provider...
The Sedona Conference, a nonprofit law and policy think tank, has updated its reference manual for judges handling e-discovery and addressing the cooperation required between parties, reports LTN's E
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