NuLegal acquired by global player in ediscovery and lit support

DTI, a global legal process outsourcing (LPO) company providing eDiscovery, management services, litigation support and court reporting, has acquired Australian firm NuLegal.

NuLegal has provided eDiscovery and eTrial solutions to the Australian market since 2010. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

“Both DTI and NuLegal clients in the region will benefit from expanded technologies, enhanced project management, and a wider breadth of managed services and consulting expertise,” said Charlotte Pache, managing director, Australia/New Zealand at DTI.

The combination promises to deliver more options to global and US clients requiring support throughout the Asia Pacific region, and foster an even stronger environment for secure and compliant cross-border data transactions.

“We are excited about joining the leader in the legal services industry,” said Mark de Bruyn, director at NuLegal. “Our clients and employees will immediately benefit from being part of a global company and having access to resources that will allow us to scale in a way that other Australian providers cannot.”

The entire NuLegal team will transition immediately to DTI. NuLegal will join DTI and Epiq Systems under their new brand name of “Epiq” in the first quarter of 2018.


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