AccessData Group has launched SSL Locksmith, a program that exposes the contents of encrypted network communications, helping law firms improve cybersecurity.
Tempe, Ariz.-based cost recovery provider nQueue Billback released its new subscription-based cost recovery suite iA Essentials, which monitors the cost of print, copy, fax, and scan information at a monthly fee with no "upfront costs or ongoing support or maintenance fees."
Microsystems released Tuesday version 4.0 of 3BClean, its server-based software that scrubs document metadata on email attachments sent from mobile devices.
The obvious answer as to when a party can release a litigation hold is when the litigation is "over." When litigation is over, however, may not be apparent, according to John J. Delionado and Corey Lee of Hunton & Williams.
Chief compliance officers are more than ready to emerge from under the shadow of the general counsel, a result that boards, regulators, investors, and other stakeholders are increasingly demanding.
Nextpoint has added metrics to its Discovery Cloud document review platform to visually track the progress of review projects, review teams, and individual reviewers.
Dr. Herbert L. Roitblat, CTO and chief scientist of OrcaTec, has received a patent for the use of language modeling as a basis for concept search.
Harvard faculty were up in arms this weekend over the news that administrators had secretly trawled 16 resident deans' email accounts, in a search for information about media leaks related to a cheating scandal. It's not at all uncommon for companies to monitor employee email but under what circumstances does it make sense for an employer to do so?
Wolters Kluwer Corporate Legal Services has divested itself of its 25 percent interest in AccessData Group, reflecting the company's intent to focus on its legal services.