Interview: James Neath on Morae Global’s eDiscovery consulting practice and its use of RelativityOne

At Relativity Fest, I interviewed James Neath, president of the Information Management and Discovery market team at Morae Global. Morae Global has been using Relativity for a long time – Relativity is its platform of choice and it has many Relativity experts. It is proud to have been the first RelativityOne partner.

Morae Global is a legal management consulting business whose primary customers are corporate general counsel. It provides solutions to GCs wanting to transform or organise their departments. Among many other things, Morae Global covers information management, including (but not limited to) eDiscovery services. It has a large and expanding consulting business on the left side of the EDRM, giving advice on information governance and records management, and generally helping GCs take control of eDiscovery spending.

Its eDiscovery services cover the full range from collection through to production, and includes the use of data analytics in the regulatory investigation field for financial services, life sciences, pharmaceuticals and energy.

Morae Global’s work is global, and it makes data available to its clients all over the world, with flexibility for handling the multinational cross-border matters which its clients engage in. It has a presence in London, including a data centre and works on four continents around the world.

Its customers are becoming more sophisticated – they are not just looking for people to host their bits and bytes, but for services which add value to their information. RelativityOne is used for a range of services beyond eDiscovery, including contract management and trade compliance surveillance.

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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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