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eDiscovery Acquisition: XDD Buys RVM Enterprises

Xact Data Discovery (XDD) acquires eDiscovery peer RVM Enterprises; expands business operations in the New York area. eDiscovery M&A deals remain steady.

eDiscovery Mergers and Acquisitions: M&A Deal List

Merger and acquisition (M&A) activity among eDiscovery technology consulting firms remains steady. Here’s an M&A eDiscovery deal list.

Legility Acquires eDiscovery Legal Service Provider Inventus

Legility acquires eDiscovery specialist Inventus. Combined firm blends lawyers, engineers, consultants, technologists, data specialists & operational experts.

Alphaserve, Cornerstone Partner to Serve Legal Firms

Global managed IT provider Alphaserve Technologies & Cornerstone Information Technologies (Cornerstone.IT) partnership targets the legal IT vertical market.

FTI Consulting Launches Office 365 eDiscovery Managed Services

Global business advisory firm FTI Consulting unveils eDiscovery and information governance managed services within a client’s Microsoft Office 365 tenant.

Microsoft Office 365 eDiscovery Practice Now Available from ProSearch

Microsoft Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery: ProSearch Strategies launches specialized information governance practice for corporations & law firms.

Franklin Data Acquires eDiscovery, IT Security Consulting Firm

Franklin Data acquires Scarab Consulting, gaining data hosting, eDiscovery & IT security expertise. Multiple eDiscovery buyouts have occurred in 2016.

Special Counsel Acquires Legal MSP for eDiscovery Expertise

Special Counsel has acquired of D4 — which specializes in eDiscovery managed services, information governance, computer forensics and deposition solutions.

eDiscovery Service Providers Confirm $1 Billion Merger

Epiq Systems & DTI will merge as part of a $1 billion deal to unite managed services, eDiscovery & legal process outsourcing (LPO) skills under one roof.

Panama Papers: The Ultimate eDiscovery Case Study?

It’s one of the largest document leaks in history. How can Panama Paper investigators make sense of 2.6TB of data? The answer is Nuix eDiscovery technology.