Falcon In The News


Falcon Featured In Managed Services Blog, Channelnomics

Channelnomics, a managed services industry blogger devoted to advancing the analysis, debate and conversation of business models and technology practices, recently featured Falcon in its managed services blog.

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Prominent Legal Blog Applauds Falcon’s LTNY Interview about Predictive Coding with Dean Gonsowski of Symantec-Clearwell (PDF)

This is a highly recommended interview of an expert on e-discovery search, with Dean Gonsowski of Symantec eDiscovery Counsel. Dean is a former practicing attorney and general counsel who is now an expert on technology for Clearwell-Symantec. He has a good handle on the big picture of predictive coding type technologies, not only in litigation, but also in corporate information governance.

Falcon Adds Symantec Clearwell Managed Service Provider to its Resume (PDF)

That summer glow has come a little early for Falcon Discovery, a managed in-house legal and technology services provider, as Clearwell (now a part of Symantec) has formally designated Falcon as the second certified Symantec Clearwell Managed Service Provider (“MSP”) globally.

Co-Sourcing: An Emerging Solution For In-House Discovery Management

Falcon’s CEO, Don McLaughlin, sat down with Metropolitan Corporate Counsel to discuss the e-discovery challenges that corporations are currently facing and offers insight on how Falcon is changing the way e-discovery is managed in-house.

Former In-House Counsel Now Resource For Others In-House (PDF)

Falcon’s CEO, Don McLaughlin, and Falcon’s General Counsel, Lauren McLaughlin, sat down with Law Week Colorado to discuss how Falcon’s forward-thinking approach to e-discovery has changed the way corporate legal departments and law firms manage e-discovery in the digital age.


Legal MSP Develops Closer Vendor Relations

Managed services firms and e-discovery software companies continue to find common ground in the burgeoning legal market. We’ve written about D4’s work with e-discovery software houses and noted how some vendors derive more than half their revenue through service providers. Here’s another example: Falcon Discovery, which provides managed e-discovery services, has been solidifying its relations with a short list of software firms.