International law firm Reed Smith has licensed Tibco Software's Tibbr, enterprise social networking software, to maintain a communication network across continents that would not increase the burden of email management.
U.K.-based e-discovery service provider MD5 is updating its current hosting of iConect's nXT software by adding the Washington, D.C.-based company's Xera review platform.
Chicago-based kCura announced on Tuesday that Ballard Spahr has licensed Relativity to engage e-discovery document review and analysis in house.
On Monday, Xerox Corp. announced the acquisition of Lateral Data for $30 million to augment Xerox Litigation Services with on-premise e-discovery software.
First Advantage Litigation Consulting, a Symphony Technology Group company, and e-discovery software and service provider, announced on Thursday a new release of its ReadySuite document review technology.
Nexidia, Inc., a provider of audio search and review software, announced on Wednesday that the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice licensed Nexidia's Audio Discovery sofware to review audio content produced in its investigations.
kCura, developers of Relativity, announced that Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo has licensed the Chicago-based company's e-discovery software for review, analysis, and production.
Product news from Informative Graphics Corporation, DiscoverReady, and Smart Data show that EDD companies have yet to send their development teams on holiday, says Technology Editor Sean Doherty.
McInnes Cooper, Ogletree Deakins, McGuireWoods, and Patton Boggs have inked deals with software training provider Capensys to get their lawyers up to speed with new software applications.