The Year That Everything Changed

The Year that Everything Changed By Clare Chalkley, Vice President, Litigation Services at Integreon As I sat down to pen my thoughts on the uptake and application of legal technology in the context of litigation and investigations, it struck me…

Moving ON into 2021 Stronger Than Before

Moving ON into 2021 Stronger than Before By Bob Rowe, CEO of Integreon 2020 will be a year to remember – and forget – for many reasons. In the past decade, companies have faced tsunamis, typhoons and volcanic eruptions and…

LIBOR is approaching. Are you ready?

Hear from Integreon from three experts Laura Dickson, Animesh Kumar, and Dean Nasser with three different perspectives on the looming regulatory deadlines, the opportunities for efficiencies, and role of technology in LIBOR remediation and how we are helping our clients leveraging our LIBOR experts, process and technology solutions. We’ve brought together these three individuals with three different perspectives on the coming changes.

Integreon Partners with Turtl to Provide Dynamic Content Creation and Automation Capability for Creative Services Clients

December 9, 2020 – FARGO, ND and LONDON, UK – Integreon, a global managed services provider and leader in creative services delivery, and Turtl, a content creation and automation technology company, today announced a new partnership. Integreon will be using Turtl’s platform in its company’s global Creative Services practice to deliver innovative and compelling digital materials for clients. Integreon’s content designers and production graphics teams will utilize Turtl’s tools to create analytics-informed content deliverables for their growing list of corporate, professional services, and legal clients.

Who is Doing My Document Review and Where?

Who is Doing My Document Review and Where? By Jamie Berry – Executive Vice President & Business Head, Litigation Services The global pandemic-driven Work from Home (WFH) transformation has completely changed the way legal document review is managed. Due to…

Controlling eDiscovery Litigation, Arbitration and Investigation Review Costs When Emerging from a Recession

As we attempt to clamber out of recession, the increased pressure corporate clients are under to achieve more for less, might lead to expectations that their law firms carry out what is perceived to be one of the most expensive parts of the legal process in the most efficient and cost-effective way. Unfortunately, law firms and their clients don’t always see the world in the same way