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Interviews: Vince Neicho of Integreon on outsourcing document review

Earlier this year I interviewed Vince Neicho, old friend and companion in disclosure rules development, long time litigation support manager at Allen & Overy, and now VP – Legal Services at Integreon in London. Quite often, the interviews we do … Continue reading

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Interview: Vince Neicho of Integreon on satisfying regulators and on the rise of social media discovery

I have already published two interviews with Vince Neicho of Integreon in which he explains the benefits of outsourcing document review, whether for litigation, regulation or other purposes. You will find the earlier interviews here and here. In this third … Continue reading

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ACEDS London event on 20 September: Bringing eDiscovery in-house

The UK chapter of ACEDS (Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists) has organised some of the best eDiscovery-related events in London in the last couple of years. I moderated early ones on technology-assisted review and on the GDPR; the last one … Continue reading

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Vince Neicho of Integreon on outsourcing for smaller firms and for barristers

It is perhaps not surprising that when discovery stories are told, the focus is on the bigger cases. Talking to Vince Neicho of Integreon, I asked him if there was a role for outsourcing review in smaller matters and for … Continue reading

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Interview: Vince Neicho of Integreon on the benefits of outsourcing the disclosure process

Vince Neicho is VP – Legal Services at Integreon, based in London. Before that, he was at Allen & Overy for 42 years. For much of that time he was responsible for A&O’s eDisclosure and litigation support function. I interviewed him … Continue reading

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Vince Neicho of Integreon on law firm investments in a captive or low cost centre

As I have written before, Vince Neicho has taken his many years of experience running litigation support at Allen & Overy into Integreon where he is VP – Legal Services. Vince Neicho has written an article on the Integreon blog … Continue reading

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Integreon and Venio webinar on 16 May: the power and future of automated eDiscovery

Integreon is a global provider of legal, document, business and research support solutions for law firms, corporate legal departments, financial institutions and professional services firms. That function includes identifying software and services which Integreon can deploy on behalf of its clients. … Continue reading

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Interview: David Perla of The 1991 Group and Integreon on the problems facing the legal market

At Legaltech, I had the opportunity to interview David Perla who is Co-Founder and Managing Director of of The 1991 Group and a member of the Board of Directors of Integreon. David Perla has worked in a law firm, and as … Continue reading

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A roundup of reactions to the proposed new disclosure rule

I wrote here about a helpful presentation, under the auspices of ACEDS and moderated by Vince Neicho of Integreon, about the proposed new disclosure rule. Since then, the date has passed for representations to the working party and it is … Continue reading

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Integreon launches an Allegory dashboard for collaboration on evidence management

It is only a little over two months since I wrote about Integreon’s acquisition of litigation management software company Allegory. Already, the resulting combination of technology and human inventiveness have produced Allegory dashboard, an evidence management tool designed to help … Continue reading

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Lady Justice Gloster to take part in disclosure rule discussion on 7 February

ACEDS, the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists, has organised some well-attended evening events since its launch in London last year. The next one, on 7 February, may be the most interesting yet. It is about the proposed disclosure rule changes, … Continue reading

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Vince Neicho of Integreon on the proposed new disclosure rule. Let’s practice by enforcing the existing rules

Vince Neicho and I served together on Senior Master Whitaker’s working party which produced Practice Direction 31B and the Electronic Documents Questionnaire. Vince was then the long-serving Litigation Support Manager at Allen & Overy and is now Vice President, Legal … Continue reading

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Integreon acquires Allegory to extend its litigation management services

When Alma Asay was a lawyer at Gibson Dunn, she developed spreadsheets to enable the firm to manage complex cases. She founded Allegory in 2012 to develop a much more sophisticated way of handling all the information acquired or developed … Continue reading

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ILTA Insight in London on 16 November

ILTA is the International Legal Technology Association and, although US led, has a strong commitment to the word “International” in its name. ILTA Insight is a one day conference which brings to London the spirit and ideas of ILTA’s main … Continue reading

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Vince Neicho brings decades of law firm experience to Integreon

Vince Neicho, long-time Litigation Support Senior Manager at Allen & Overy in London, has joined Integreon as VP and Expert Legal Solutions Consultant. A day or two after the announcement, LinkedIn served up the information that Vince had been at … Continue reading

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EDiscovery leaders and career opportunities highlighted by US legal publications

Electronic Discovery / eDisclosure is a new discipline. It has passed the Wild West stage but it is still new enough and small enough that the contribution of its founding members can be recognised with the perspective of time. Three … Continue reading

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The end of an era: law firms, eDiscovery, Susskind, the year 1599, dinosaurs, and a yellow scooter

Sometimes one gets the sense of being tangibly at the end of an era – the door is closing and, perhaps, others are opening. I felt like that, quite suddenly, on my way to LegalTech in New York a few … Continue reading

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The Jackson Reforms encourage proportionate eDisclosure / eDiscovery in any jurisdiction

I am taking part in a panel discussion at LegalTech next week with Integreon and kCura on the subject of the Jackson Reforms. We will emphasise that the rule changes generally reflect duties to which lawyers are subject anyway, and … Continue reading

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iCONECT deals brings Xera to UK eDisclosure provider MD5 and to Integreon

You may recall my positive comments about iCONECT’s review platform Xera which was launched at LegalTech in February. I subsequently attended iCONECT’s Global Summit on Litigation Technology in Fort Lauderdale in April where I got a further opportunity to see … Continue reading

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ILTA Insight in London 8 to 9 May 2012

ILTA, the International Legal Technology Association, works throughout the year to advance and share knowledge of legal technology developments, priding itself rightly on its peer to peer relationships between members. It has a major conference in the US each year … Continue reading

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Strong UK presence at LegalTech 2011

LegalTech 2011 is only a few days away and the programme is packed. Almost everyone whose name has appeared in these pages is taking part in something, and I will not attempt to list them all. Following on, however, from … Continue reading

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LPO predictions for 2011 from Fronterion and Integreon

When I look at the pile of articles which I dictated before Christmas, and at the mess which my voice recognition software has made of them, I wonder if the time has come to outsource the typing around here. Instead … Continue reading

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Roundup of The Masters Conference 2010

“We have been travelling since we saw you last. We have been in America, entertaining the Americans whose need, let’s face it, is greater even than yours. Of course when we’re over there we say that the other way round” … Continue reading

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ILTA 2010 wrap

This is my third (and last) article about ILTA 2010 Strategic Unity which closed in Las Vegas last week. My first article was a scene-setter, designed to give the flavour of the event and to explain why I thought it … Continue reading

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What happens when a cool vendor meets a hot prospect?

Some of the accolades handed out at legal IT ceremonies defy parody as organisers dream up ever-narrower niches in the hope of attracting sponsorship or just attention. I do not know if anyone has in fact received an award for … Continue reading

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Outsourcing reaches the business press – so the clients will read all about it

The UK’s appetite for stories and comment about outsourcing remains undimmed. A a long article in The Times on 15 January carried the title Brief for India’s outsourcing lawyers: keep it cheap. Ron Friedmann of outsourcers Integreon, an astute observer … Continue reading

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Twitter data feeds as a potential source of income for them and discovery material for us

A new survey relies on the ability to analyse Twitter usage, and Twitter has begun a drive to make money from its data feeds. Both point towards the use of Twitter data as discoverable information. I wrote an article last … Continue reading

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Outsourcer Integreon adds to Insource v Outsource discussion

I drew attention recently to an article on outsourcing from a law firm perspective, written by George Rudoy on 1 December on the Georgetown Law site and called To Insource or to Outsource. I suggested that it was worth reading, … Continue reading

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UK interest in outsourcing on the rise

A Tweet earlier this week asks “Weekly LPO articles in the UK?” which, extended from its native (and necessarily abbreviated) Tweet-speak, means “Are we seeing at least one article a week about legal process outsourcing in the UK?” The question … Continue reading

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