inData was founded in 1984 when Brent Sandstrom responded to an attorney friend's wish that there were a way to easily search deposition text. Brent saw an opportunity and promptly developed a technology to convert printed deposition transcripts to searchable ASCII text. Since that time, attorney wish lists have grown and inData has happily continued to develop cutting edge technologies to help litigators prepare for and win trials. Consequently, inData currently counts 90% of the AmLaw 200 firms and 20,000 other firms or legal vendors as customers that use some combination of inData's useful software and services.
LexisNexis® is a leading global provider of content-enabled workflow solutions designed specifically for professionals in the legal, risk management, corporate, government, law enforcement, accounting, and academic markets. LexisNexis originally pioneered online information with its Lexis® and Nexis® services. A member of Reed Elsevier, LexisNexis serves customers in more than 100 countries with more than 15,000 employees worldwide.
We've been capturing the attention of attorneys and juries since 1999 with our flagship product Sanction. Back then, we were known as Verdict Systems and we started with a simple philosophy of making affordable software that is easy to use and has a powerful impact on your case. We combined that mission statement with an open channel of communication that allowed our clients to voice their wants. This helped us lead innovation in our field.
For more than a decade, iCONECT Development, LLC has provided litigation support solutions that help law firms, corporate legal departments, government agencies and legal service providers reduce the excessive costs and process inefficiencies associated with e-discovery and document review. As an in-house tool or hosted by a worldwide network of Litigation Service Providers, iCONECT’s software, expertise and support are trusted by 83 of the AmLaw 100 law firms, Fortune 500 corporate legal departments and Magic Circle firms for document review, mergers and acquisitions, and domestic and international multi-party cases. The company is based in Washington, D.C., with offices in Los Angeles and London, Canada.
A founders meeting of twenty-four practicing trial consultants met in Phoenix, Arizona on October 9, 1982 to create what has now become the American Society of Trial Consultants. That meeting included many now-familiar names – Dick Crawford, Stuart Kenter, Lin Lilley, Ron Matlon, Melissa McMath Hafield, Scott Nobles, Jack Parker, Mo Rouse, Joyce Tsongas, Vivian Dicks, Robert Hirsh, Elizabeth Loftus, Diana Prentice, Lucy Keele and others.
AccessData Group has pioneered digital investigations and litigation support for more than twenty years and is the maker of the industry-standard computer forensics technology, FTK, as well as the leading legal review technology, Summation. AccessData provides a broad spectrum of stand-alone and enterprise-class solutions that enable digital investigations of any kind, including computer forensics, incident response, eDiscovery, legal review, IP theft, compliance auditing and information assurance.