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Inventus is a leading international eDisclosure management practice, focussed on reducing ligation costs through a suite of bundled, best-of-breed technologies.

Relativity Customer Wins

Posted 04/18/17 5:31 PM by Rebecca Fennessy

A financial institution seeking to complete an internal data management review within two months consulted Inventus to assign 3,000 unfiled documents—collected over the years from acquired companies—to 400 unique contracts. Click here to learn more and watch the video. 

"Words are easy, like the wind; Faithful friends are hard to find.” - William Shakespeare

Posted 04/12/17 3:29 PM by Paul Mankoo

We recently held a re-branding event at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London. It was an evening designed to thank our existing clients and hopefully, a preemptory thanks to those who attended that are soon to be clients. The evening was a look forward to the future as well as a fair amount of reminiscing;

Alexa, can you keep a secret?

Posted 03/21/17 7:32 PM by Danny Lee

In a day and age where Internet of Things (IoT) devices, such as Amazon’s Echo, are integrated into every aspect of our lives, how much privacy can one expect and can it come back to bite you?

The Importance of Corporations Selecting Their eDiscovery Vendor for Matters Requiring ESI

Posted 03/14/17 7:36 PM by Jason Penrose

Corporations ranging in size from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies still oftentimes defer to outside counsel to select their eDiscovery vendor when one is required for active litigation. Why, you may ask? That’s a great question and one that needs to be addressed, since there are drastically different selection criteria between a corporation and a law firm when choosing an ESI vendor.

5 Most Famous Cases of Industrial Espionage

Posted 03/14/17 7:31 PM by Attar Mayam

 “Nothing but my curiosity could have prompted to such researches…minute description of all that concerns this kind of work might, somehow, be useful in Europe.”


—Words of Father Francois Xavier d’Entrecolles, as he concluded his account in which he revealed the trade secrets of the makers of Chinese Porcelain, which he acquired while working with the kilns and craftsmen of the industry.

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