This interview is part of our new series “Data! Data! Data!” — Cures for a General Counsel’s ESI Nightmares”.
As we have indicated in numerous posts, if we are to believe the prognosis of many economists, the current recession is on the verge of ending. The rebounding economy will most likely re-invigorate corporations to push their markets globally. This, in turn, will further push litigation and regulatory inquiries globally. But as our Posse List Europe membership knows we have already seen a surge of e-discovery work in Europe, much if it already due to governmental investigations and inquiries. So we turned to our colleague, Nigel Murray, to discuss the e-discovery market in Europe.
Nigel Murray is the founder and Managing Director of TRILANTIC and he has long been at the forefront of providing electronic document management services since the early 1990s. He began his career in legal technology as litigation support manager at a major London law firm. He then started the first British litigation support company in 1993 — Bowhawk. There, he worked on the massive cases of the 90’s – Tobacco, BCCI etc. From there, Nigel brought the electronic side of litigation support into an existing document management company by way of a merger. Having worked on the first UK eDisclosure matter in 2001, Nigel has been at the forefront of the development of the industry within the law firms in the UK. Nigel launched TRILANTIC in May of 2005. He is a long-time member of The Sedona Conference.
TRILANTIC has been cited as a top e-discovery provider by the influential Socha-Gelbmann Annual Electronic Discovery Survey from Socha Consulting and Gelbmann & Associates.
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