A year after waging a proxy battle with an activist investor over exploring a possible sale, BMC Software has agreed to be bought by an investment consortium led by buyout firms Bain Capital and Golden Gate Capital in a cash deal worth $6.9 billion.
New York-based law firm Sloan & Feller has implemented Neulexa Corp.'s cloud-based project management and document collaboration software to help manage legal workflow.
Atlanta-based managed review services provider Document Technologies has formed a strategic alliance with IT outsourcing provider Wipro Technologies to deliver e-discovery, document review, contract drafting, and intellectual property and compliance support services.
The first thing many lawyers think of when someone starts talking about a virtual firm is bathrobes. But regardless of whether going work in pajamas or a suit, Ridgefield, Conn.-based senior counsel Suzie Scanlon embraces virtual lawyering with unbridled enthusiasm.
BigHand, a digital dictation workflow software provider, acquired on Tuesday a direct U.S. competitor, Verdatum. With the acquisition, BigHand will add dictation workflow software to its product platform and support Verdatum's U.S. customer base.
UBIC, a specialist in Asian-language discovery services, has announced a partnership with VoIP provider NextGen to develop call recording and audio analysis technology for UBIC's forensics and e-discovery platform Lit i View.
Seattle-based WordRake, a legal editing software provider, announced a strategic alliance with the Washington State Bar Association to offer its 35,000 members the editing software at a discount.
In a move that could shake up the intellectual property management field, CPA Global last week acquired IP-focused document management company FTF Technologies Inc. known by its First To File brand, officials confirmed Tuesday.
In the biggest leveraged buyout since the economic crisis began, the world's third-largest personal computer maker has agreed to be sold to a group led by CEO Michael Dell and technology-focused investment firm Silver Lake.
Most software providers evolve from software distribution to software-as-a-service. Kroll Ontrack announced at LegalTech New York that the e-discovery software maker is evolving from services to software with a new Managed Service Provider partner program initiated with two partners: Hudson Legal and NightOwl Discovery.