Category Archives: Epiq

Cross-border discovery and data protection in Dublin with the Sedona Conference

I am back from the Ninth Annual Sedona Conference International Programme on Cross-Border Discovery and Data Protection Laws organised by The Sedona Conference Working Group 6 (Sedona Working Groups are explained here). It took place in County Kildare, just outside … Continue reading

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Interview: Melinda Kunjasich of Epiq on the use of predictive coding

I recently interviewed Melinda Kunjasich, Senior Director, Document Review Services at Epiq in London. I was interested to find out about the support which Epiq gives to clients using predictive coding and about how this fits into their analytics strategy … Continue reading

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Should lawyers take on cases requiring technical knowledge if they don’t have that knowledge?

What standard of technical competence is expected of lawyers in England and Wales when dealing with cases involving electronically stored information? The question is prompted by a recent opinion of the New York County Lawyers Association’s Committee on Professional Ethics … Continue reading

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Interview: Jon Lavinder of DTI-Epiq talks about emerging data and technology-assisted review

Jon Lavinder is Director, Technology-Assisted Review, at DTI. DTI has now merged with Epiq to become one of the largest players in the eDiscovery market and one with more experience of technology-assisted review than many others. In this interview, John … Continue reading

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Interview: Keith Conley on the benefits for clients of the DTI-Epiq merger

Keith Conley is President and Chief Operating Officer at DTI. DTI and Epiq are now a single entity, and I asked Keith Conley to explain the benefits of the merger for clients. The combined company, Keith Conley says, is a … Continue reading

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Interview: Brandon Mack of DTI-Epiq – technology assisted review in the real world

I interviewed Brandon Mack of DTI-Epiq recently, and opened by asking him what he meant by technology-assisted review. We went on to discuss how technology is changing the practice of lawyers, the widening scope of projects which use eDiscovery tools … Continue reading

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Epiq: eDiscovery seminar in Singapore for financial services teams on 25 April

Epiq is organising an eDiscovery seminar for financial services teams to be held in Singapore on 25th of April 2017. The context is the ever-increasing regulatory scrutiny, the growing complexity of cross-border investigations, and the increasing need to keep track … Continue reading

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Interview: Adi Elliott of DTI-Epiq talks about eDiscovery in the cloud

Adi Elliott is VP, Market Planning at DTI / Epiq. Some people are talking about eDiscovery in the cloud as if this is something new, and it seems important to be clear both that eDiscovery has long been managed from … Continue reading

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DTI invests in Valora Technologies for auto-classification, predictive analytics and data mining

The merger last year of DTI and Epiq made one of the largest and most significant players in the global legal technology market. I recently interviewed Keith Conley, President and COO at DTI, who emphasised (among other things) the in-house … Continue reading

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Looking forward to the British Legal Technology Forum ’17 on 14 March

The British Legal Technology Forum ’17 brings together people from the legal and commercial technology sectors to discuss the systems, strategies, processes and platforms which will be relevant to law firms and legal businesses in the near future. Its agenda … Continue reading

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Not yet my Legaltech report (but links to those of others)

You will have noticed (well, I hope you have noticed) that I have fallen silent on this blog for some days. I have similarly been uncharacteristically quiet on Twitter. The reason, of course, lies in my annual trip to Legaltech … Continue reading

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From pillar to post – the eDiscovery conferences at the end of 2016

If I did not write up each of the conferences and events of the closing months of 2016 as they happened, that is only partly because the end of each one seemed merely to herald the preparations for the next. Aggregating … Continue reading

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Interview: Scott Berger of Epiq on tailoring managed services to client needs

Scott Berger is Senior Director at Epiq. In this interview I asked him to explain what Epiq means by “managed services” and to give me an example of an implementation which worked for the benefit of the client. There are … Continue reading

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Epiq and DTI: better together

I reported in August that Epiq had been acquired by OMERS Private Equity and Harvest Partners and that it was to be brought together with DTI to make a new and very large technology and services provider. The extent of … Continue reading

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INsig2 LawTech Europe Congress in Brussels on 7-8 November

I am looking forward to taking part once again in the INsig2 LawTech Europe Congress on 7-8 November 2016. This event, originally set up in Prague by the engaging Frederick Gyebi-Ababio, is taking place in Brussels for the second year … Continue reading

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Interview: Andrew Shimek of Epiq on global eDiscovery and business intelligence

Andrew Shimek is Global Managing Director, eDiscovery Solutions, at Epiq. I interviewed him about the changing expectations of clients in relation to the global presence of those who work for them and their growing need to extract business intelligence from … Continue reading

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Epiq to be acquired and to be combined with DTI to make a big global player

We are unlikely to see bigger eDiscovery market news in 2016. Epiq Systems has reached agreement to be acquired by OMERS Private Equity and Harvest Partners, LP in a transaction valued at approximately $1 billion. The acquirers are majority shareholders … Continue reading

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Epiq talk on 15 July to Hong Kong Academy of Law about handling digital data

I have only just seen this the notice about a talk to be given tomorrow, 15 July, to the Hong Kong Academy of Law by Epiq about handling digital data with secure and forensically sound practices. The Hong Kong Academy … Continue reading

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Sebastian Ko of Epiq in Hong Kong talks about conducting eDiscovery in the Asia Pacific region

Sebastian Ko is Director, Document Review Services, for Epiq, based in Hong Kong. I had the opportunity to interview him when I was in Hong Kong earlier this year and I asked him about how Epiq handles the issues which … Continue reading

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Epiq takes Relativity to China

Epiq has enhanced its status as a global provider of legal technology solutions and services by making kCura’s Relativity available in the People’s Republic of China. Epiq is a Relativity Orange Level, Best in Service hosting partner and has data … Continue reading

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Adi Elliott of Epiq talks about using the DMX eDiscovery Dashboards to gain business intelligence

Adi Elliott is Vice President, Market Planning, Discovery, for Epiq. I caught up with him in Hong Kong shortly after Epiq’s announcement of enhancements to the DMX eDiscovery Dashboards, and I asked him about them. The video interview is below. … Continue reading

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Epiq webinar on 18 May: Understanding why REAL managed services and eDiscovery makes a REAL difference

Daniel Gold of Epiq is presenting a webinar on 18 May called Understanding why REAL managed services and eDiscovery makes a REAL difference. The capitalisation of the word REAL implies that some levels of service are less comprehensive than others. … Continue reading

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