TrustPoint International, an e-discovery and managed review provider based in Atlanta, announced Wednesday its acquisition of San Francisco-based document review firm Black Letter Discovery.
Document Technologies, Inc., an e-discovery services and facilities management provider, announced Wednesday its acquisition of computer forensic and e-discovery consulting firm Data Forté.
LexisNexis on Wednesday agreed to refer customers to First To File, a provider of intellectual property management software as a service, to help sell FTF's software along with content-enabled workflow applications.
Solo lawyers and small law firms that subscribe to Clio, a practice management software as a service, recently received access to an e-signature service to obtain signatures for documents and invoices online.
Thomson Reuters has acquired Apsmart, a mobile applications development company, officials announced Friday.
Empire Lawyers Service, parent of New York City-based American Clerical Service acquired the assets of Aetna Judicial Service to respond to changing regulations and newer technology for service of process.
A pair of litigation support providers -- Pitney Bowes Legal Solutions and iDiscovery Solutions -- both recently added early case assessment products to their portfolios and both envision that predictive coding technology will be the next leap forward.
SuperiorGlacier, a litigation support company, is on the acquisition trail, picking up Intelligent Discovery Management last week and Sight Search and Selection today.
BigHand, popular among lawyers for its dictation products, has been acquired by a British investment firm for approximately $77.4 million and plans to use the revenue to buy other companies and add staff.