Didn’t get to covering this announcement yesterday, but it still may be news to some of you. TCDI is acquiring Aon’s eDiscovery practice.
Here’s a portion of the press release:
TCDI Signs Agreement to Acquire Aon’s eDiscovery Practice
The transaction will expand TCDI’s eDiscovery capabilities and geographic reach into the UK
TCDI, a leading provider of legal services, software and cybersecurity, today announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire global professional services firm Aon’s eDiscovery practice.
The acquisition will strengthen TCDI’s existing eDiscovery offerings, adding expansive advisory services such as information governance to its comprehensive legal solutions. The acquisition will add Aon’s NOMAD mobile processing platform, PHI/PII detection and post-data-breach support tools to the TCDI technology suite to further support law firms and corporations.
Following close – which is expected in the next 30 days – Aon and TCDI will maintain a strong commercial relationship to support ongoing and future client engagements and Aon’s broader cyber solutions will continue to enhance client delivery and support.
Hat tip to Rob Robinson’s ComplexDiscovery site for the initial coverage of the announcement that TCDI is acquiring Aon’s eDiscovery practice. Of course, ComplexDiscovery maintains a running list of mergers, acquisitions and investments in the industry since 2001(!). There have already been 12 transactions this year after a record 54 last year!
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