LDM Global Expands into Caribbean with new Cayman Islands Office

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eDiscovery and computer forensics firm makes long-term commitment to the Cayman Islands. In addition to the expansion, LDM Global aims to give back by instilling an internship program.

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Lawyers working across the Caribbean can be sure that they are getting the best consultation related to cross-border issues while also working with the best eDiscovery tools available.

LDM Global today announced its expansion with a new office on the Cayman Islands. LDM Global, http://www.ldmglobal.com, is a leading international provider of eDiscovery and computer forensic services for law firms, corporations and government agencies.

The expansion into the Caribbean is due to an increase in client demand in the region. While spending time and speaking with lawyers in the area, Founder and CEO Chris O’Reilly noticed a real need for local eDiscovery and computer forensic services.

“The lawyers in the Caribbean region are well educated in their specialty areas,” O’Reilly said. “However, I saw that there were efficiencies they could gain through the use of eDiscovery tools. I try to make things as efficient as possible, and I enjoy consulting with lawyers to see where their challenges are and then try to identify ways to help.”

As part of the expansion into the Caribbean, LDM Global is making a long-term commitment to hiring and properly training residents in a unique field. LDM Global currently has an internship program in both the United States and the United Kingdom. LDM Global intends to expand that program into the Cayman Islands by 2016.

LDM Global currently has data centers spread out across the globe. Therefore, Cayman firms and corporations will be able to choose where to host their data based on data privacy laws.

“Cross-border data protection laws are something that we have a lot of experience with from working on projects in 39 countries,” O’Reilly said. “Our staff are truly experts in the nuances of the laws and keep up to date on the constant changes.”

“Lawyers working across the Caribbean can be sure that they are getting the best consultation related to cross-border issues while also working with the best eDiscovery tools available.”

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