MSP Today Expert Feature
January 23, 2015

Discovia to Work with Top Law Firm on Managed eDiscovery and Related Services

A new eDiscovery managed services agreement has been announced between service provider Discovia and one of the largest law firms in the southeastern U.S. Discovia has signed on to provide eDiscovery support and related services to Alabama firm Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP. The firm will in turn deliver a variety of eDiscovery services to its clients.

The legal firm offers solutions like data collection and forensics, technology-assisted review consulting, data processing and hosting, document productions and deposition transcript management. Discovia has agreed to collaborate with the electronic discovery practice specialists at the firm to develop custom processes as well as ensure high levels of quality and efficiency for its clients.

The new agreement caps off a banner year for Discovia, which just announced it, had achieved record sales performance in 2014. That record may be tied into the fact that the company achieved ISO 27001 certification last year as well as Orange (News - Alert)-level Relativity Best in Service designation. That award comes from kCura, the company behind the Relativity eDiscovery software.

"Discovia has an impressive track record as a leading provider of eDiscovery managed services," said Ty Dedmon, litigation partner and chair of the eDiscovery committee at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings. "We evaluated the offerings of many eDiscovery services companies and were impressed with Discovia's people and processes, their commitment to data security and overall quality."

Ciaran Power, president of Discovia, announced that the company plans to achieve both HIPAA and PCI (News - Alert) DSS compliance in the first quarter of 2015 as well as announce additional new managed services relationships around its eDiscovery service and support offerings.

Edited by Stefania Viscusi