Cats Solutions combines with LDSI to become Cats Legal

Print solutions provider Cats Solutions has added the former business of LDSI (Legal Document Services International) to its print and document management services. The combined business has relocated its City-based 24/7 hub facility to new premises at Broken Wharf House, EC4 where the Cats Solutions and LDSI teams and facilities have been integrated into a single entity, rebranded as Cats Legal. A new web site is coming soon.

LDSI was a sponsor of the E-Disclosure Information Project and Cats Legal continues that much-valued relationship. Mark Wagstaff of Cats Solutions was in fact a founder of LDSI. The fact that my meeting with him took place at LegalTech in New York suggests that his ambitions for the combined business do not stop in the UK. With him in New York was Mark Burrows, a familiar face in the UK litigation support scene, who has joined Cats Legal.

The former LDSI print services room was one of the largest I have seen, and the Cats Legal team apparently has a total print and scanning output capability of over 2 million documents per day, with a   highly secure on-site data hosting infrastructure in place. Cats Legal will also develop its portfolio of specialist Electronic Data Discovery and Document Review software products, with the addition of a number of generic solutions available alongside its in-house developed Live Review software suite which continues to deliver broad functionality to a number of major Firms.

LiveReview Version 3.0, due for release in February, will add significant new functionality and features, consistent with Cats Legal’s commitment to its client base and to new potential clients.

There are apparently other announcements to come, and I will be going to Broken Wharf House this week to find out more.

Contact Mark Wagstaff

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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