LDSI appoints Deborah Coram as UK MD

Legal Document Services International – LDSI – has appointed Deborah Coram as Managing Director of LDSI’s UK business operations.

Deborah Coram has a legal background and practiced at two major Australian law firms. She was head of international business development at CT Summation and Director of Sales and Marketing for CT CaseVault. She also built and managed a major litigation support company in Australia.

She was also involved in founding of the new ALSP (Association of Litigation Support Professionals), which is committed to the development of certifications and standards within the litigation support industry. The press release abut her appointment is here.

LDSI has full-service facilities in New York, Brussels, Los Angles and Sydney as well as London. The London operation is due to move to expanded premises in February 2008. LDSI’s core offerings include consulting, data recovery; electronic discovery; project management; software, hosting and review platforms; staffing, training and skills certification for litigation technology professionals.

LDSI is a company I know about rather than know, that is, their name comes up enough for me to know that they are respected in the market but I never actually come across them. That presumably means they just quietly get on with their business. Joint Managing Director Noel Kilby got in touch after reading one of my articles, which prompted me to read up about them.

They have their own on-line document review application, LiveReview, which is said (and not just by LDSI itself) to be worth a look. It claims, amongst other useful things, to handle native file review, customisable workflow, easy export to other applications and foreign language support.

The last quarter of 2007 has not left me with much time to go visiting, but I must take up Noel Kilby’s invitation to go and see him in the New Year.

Meanwhile, my best wishes to Deborah Coram as she takes up her new appointment.


About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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