Updated 12/19/12: Provided as a non-comprehensive overview of over 100 key and publicly announced eDiscovery related mergers, acquisitions and investments since 2002, the following listing highlights key industry activities through the lens of announcement date, acquired company, acquiring or investing company and acquisition amount (if known).
Provided as an aggregated listing of key eDiscovery providers as noted by seven technology research firms covering eDiscovery, the following “aggregated list” highlights 55 eDiscovery providers that are listed in at least one eDiscovery report/update from one of the following seven research firms during the past twelve months.
Based on a compilation of research, reports, and reviews of the leading providers in the enterprise* archiving arena, the following “Top 50+ ″ list provides a concise listing of over 40 of the top active and acknowledged enterprise* archiving vendors.
Based on a review of the publicly available Executive Summary Table of Contents for the recently released E-Discovery and E-Disclosure 2011 – Crossing Clouds and Continents report by The 451 Group, the following list of the e-discovery and e-disclosure software and service providers covered in the report is provided below for your review/consideration.
Based on a compilation of research, reports, reviews, and industry knowledge of the leading providers in the electronic discovery arena, the following “Top 50″ list provides a concise listing of over fifty of the top active and acknowledged electronic discovery providers.
Taken from the recently published book Litigation Readiness: A Practical Approach to Electronic Discovery by Prashant Dubey and Sam Panarella, the following extract on FRCP Rule 26(f) conference preparation provides an excellent overview of the practical steps necessary for “Meet and Confer” conference success.
Taken from the Report On Kershaw-Howie Survey of E-Discovery Providers Pertaining to Deduping Strategies and used with permission of the Electronic Discovery Institute, the following infographic depicts the potential data reduction benefit and significant savings that could be achieved through the use of across-custodian de-duping vs. single custodian de-duping in the conduct of electronic discovery.
Based on a compilation of public domain research, reports, and reviews of the leading providers in the electronic discovery arena, the following list provides a concise listing of of the delivery model and integration approach for many of the leading electronic discovery providers.
Article published in Fall 2010 Litigation | eDiscovery Supplement to American Lawyer/Corporate Counsel on “The Recovery in E-Discovery”. Written by Charlie Mead, the article highlights the industry bounce back after a 2008 contraction.
While much has been written and presented on “electronic discovery analytics” within the past several years, it appears to be difficult to find both a commonly accepted concise definition of electronic discovery centric analytics as well as a contextual example of where analytics fits within the field of electronic discovery.
Taken from a combination of public industry estimations as shared in leading electronic discovery publications, this chart shares market sizing data both the software and service areas of electronic discovery for the years between 2008 and 2013.
Provided for your review and planning, the following list shares the latest information on key electronic discovery related conferences, events, seminars and tradeshows.