CYFOR, specialists in forensics, eDisclosure and data security, has opened a new office in Dublin. This is CYFOR’s third new office in the last 12 months which indicates expansion and ambition.
Dublin is increasingly interesting in eDiscovery terms. That is partly because of the predictive coding judgment in Quinn (I wrote about that here), and partly because of the so-called Dublin Warrant case.
I am taking part in a conference to be held in Dublin on 13 November following the successful one we did there last year. Among the other speakers is US Magistrate Judge James Francis of Southern District of New York, the judge who gave the original Dublin Warrant opinion.
CYFOR’s own article about its new Dublin office is here.