San Francisco-based e-discovery provider Recommind announced Wednesday that the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission is deploying the company's Axcelerate Review and Analysis platform nationwide for use by its 1,200-staff Division of Enforcement.
New York-based Doar Litigation Consulting is adding Atlanta-based OrcaTec's Document Decisioning Suite to its litigation support and e-discovery offerings.
Aderant, a provider of business management software for law and professional services firms, announced on Wednesday that Clifford Chance will deploy Aderant's new Time Management product.
Relativity continues to be a popular choice for law firm in-house e-discovery services. Philadelphia-based Morgan Lewis and Sydney, Australia-based Herbert Smith have recently licensed kCura's review platform.
Xerox has signed a multiyear agreement to use intellectual asset management software and services by Boston-based company Anaqua to handle the full life cycle of Xerox's patent, trademark, and invention portfolio.
IBM acquired software maker Kenexa in a deal valuing the company at $1.3 billion. IBM said the acquisition will help clients "embrace social business capabilities" -- in part by culling data from social networks.
Information retrieval firm H5 has added Nuix Enterprise Discovery to its e-discovery arsenal, primarily as an early case assessment and indexing tool.
Pittsburg-based Review Less, a document review service provider that puts an emphasis on predictive coding, is now a value-added reseller of Atlanta-based OrcaTec's Document Decisioning Suite.
Two Houston-based e-discovery companies, DW Legal Solutions and Servient, Inc., are joining forces to offer law firms a service combining managed review with predictive coding technology.