iDiscovery Solutions

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    iDiscovery Solutions, Inc. (iDS) is an award-winning, global, expert services firm that has been influencing the intersection of law and technology. Founded by industry veterans with more than 50 years of litigation and consulting experience combined, iDS delivers customized, innovative solutions for legal and corporate clients’ complex challenges. iDS’ subject matter experts testify and consult in connection with electronic discovery (eDiscovery), digital forensics, data analytics, information governance (IG), processing and hosting of electronically stored information (ESI) and enterprise applications. In short, we solve problems that others cannot.

    TypePrivate
    Founded2008
    HQWashington, DC, US
    Websiteidsinc.com
    Employee Ratings4.1

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    Employees (est.) (Apr 2022)66(+7%)
    Cybersecurity ratingCMore
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    iDiscovery Solutions Office Locations

    iDiscovery Solutions has offices in Washington, Alpharetta, Costa Mesa and London
    Washington, DC, US (HQ)
    Lipps Andrew L, 3000 K St NW #330
    Alpharetta, GA, US
    11720 Amber Park Dr #160
    Costa Mesa, CA, US
    535 Anton Blvd #860Costa
    London, GB
    28 Queen St
    London, GB
    36 Whitefriars St
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    iDiscovery Solutions Financials and Metrics

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    2008

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    iDiscovery Solutions News and Updates

    iDiscovery Solutions Receives Chambers and Partners Ranking for Fourth Consecutive Year

    WASHINGTON, July 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Chambers and Partners recognizes iDiscovery Solutions, Inc. (iDS) as a top eDiscovery firm with a Band 2 ranking in their 2021 Professional Advisors Litigation Support Guide. President and CEO at iDS, Dan Regard, is recognized as one of two top...

    iDiscovery Solutions Blogs

    Optimized Structured Data Analytics: Introducing the QDMA Framework

    Structured data is everywhere these days. The World Economic Forum estimates that by the end of 2025, the amount of data generated around the world each day will reach 463 exabytes. To put that number in perspective, all the words ever spoken by humans would fit into approximately 5 exabytes. This …

    iDS Talks 1.9 – Women in eDiscovery

    Join Jaci Russo as she chats with Pam Keller and Lisa Evans about the upcoming Women in eDiscovery Conference taking place in May in San Diego, California. The post iDS Talks 1.9 – Women in eDiscovery appeared first on iDiscovery Solutions.

    Taking STEPS™: Control What You Can to Focus on What You Can’t

    Back in 1997, I was a young graduate taking some time off before embarking on what would be the first step into a long legal career. I knew law school would be a game-changer. Time would be limited, and my devotion to the profession would be all-consuming, particularly through the early stages of m…

    iDS Welcomes Bill Taylor as new Director, Investigations

    WASHINGTON, DC – William “Bill” Taylor has joined the team at iDiscovery Solutions (iDS), a professional services consulting firm based in Washington, D.C. Bill will serve as the new Director, Investigations, bringing with him more than 30 years of experience as a military intelligence analyst, inv…

    Fact Crashing™: Principle 9

    Use Data to Work Toward Early Resolution This is the eleventh and final installment in a blog series on Fact Crashing™, the acceleration of the consideration of ACTION data (Ambient, Contextual, Transactional, IoT, Operational, Navigational) to the benefit of resolving disputes. There are 9 Princip…

    Fact Crashing™: Principle 8

    Use Data to Shape Other Discovery This is the tenth installment in a blog series on Fact Crashing™, the acceleration of the consideration of ACTION data (Ambient, Contextual, Transactional, IoT, Operational, Navigational) to the benefit of resolving disputes. There are 9 Principles of Fact Crashing…
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    iDiscovery Solutions Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was iDiscovery Solutions founded?

      iDiscovery Solutions was founded in 2008.

    • How many employees does iDiscovery Solutions have?

      iDiscovery Solutions has 67 employees.

    • Who are iDiscovery Solutions competitors?

      Competitors of iDiscovery Solutions include Lexly, Recupero Legale and Legal Salah.

    • Where is iDiscovery Solutions headquarters?

      iDiscovery Solutions headquarters is located at Lipps Andrew L, 3000 K St NW #330, Washington.

    • Where are iDiscovery Solutions offices?

      iDiscovery Solutions has offices in Washington, Alpharetta, Costa Mesa and London.

    • How many offices does iDiscovery Solutions have?

      iDiscovery Solutions has 5 offices.