DiscoverReady Opens New European Data Center, Announces Expansion of Data Liaison Services

Tuesday, March 6, 2018 - 15:18

DiscoverReady®, a leading information intelligence solution provider specializing in legal, compliance and governance, announced the expansion of its global footprint and Data Liaison Services to help multinational corporations and law firms better meet growing regulatory obligations in data privacy, information governance and legal discovery.

DiscoverReady established a new data center in Paris in December 2017 to deliver local and cross-border e-discovery services. The center offers data processing, data hosting in Relativity, document review capabilities, and data production services. The company also operates two data centers in the U.S. and provides data hosting across the globe via an on-demand rapid deployment model.

The expansion effort also includes global delivery of DiscoverReady Data Liaison Services, designed to help organizations reduce the risk and cost of protecting, managing, and discovering their information assets. The Data Liaison Services team of consultants works daily with legal, risk, data, security, and compliance professionals and their law firm counsel to assess, design, plan and implement programs supporting data quality, privacy, security, records compliance, and e-discovery.  

DiscoverReady recently expanded its leadership team to guide the growth initiatives. Matthew Nelson, industry veteran, attorney, and legal technology expert joined DiscoverReady as Vice President of Information Governance Services and Associate General Counsel, Privacy, leading the Data Liaison Services team. 

“Our strengths lie in our broad experience and longstanding relationships with leading global brands in financial services, technology, pharmaceutical, energy, retail and other industries,” said James Schellhase, CEO of DiscoverReady. “Every organization has existing processes, preferences and goals, but there are often gaps that increase the risk of error. We work with law firms and corporations to develop an e-discovery playbook, defining standard processes that are repeatable and defensible.”