Consilio is the new name of First Advantage Litigation Consulting

The eDiscovery software and services company formerly known as First Advantage Litigation Consulting is now called Consilio, the culmination of a year of acquisition, growth, senior appointments, technology developments and brand presence. There is more information about the change of name here.

The company has seen a much expanded presence in Europe and Hong Kong as well as in the US. The acquisition last year of multilingual review company DLR Legal took the company into an area of activity which (as I have said constantly in the last year) represents the future of eDiscovery review.

Technology developments have included an emphasis on the workflow associated with audio, bringing that growing data source into the company’s proprietary software Global RPM alongside more traditional data forms.  We have seen a new web site, Blog and Twitter presence.  A new name and brand is a logical extension of this very visible growth.

Consilio’s CEO Andy Macdonald said “The name Consilio highlights the importance of ‘consulting’ from our former name, and reinforces our focus on providing creative, flexible solutions to our client’s global eDiscovery challenges. We believe Consilio best represents who we are and what we believe in – superior project management, broad global reach, problem solving expertise, and a team-based approach to client support”.

Here is Consilio’s eDiscovery page. They do much else besides, and there are links from this page to other technology solutions and consulting services.

About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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