We very much look forward to joining this network and contributing our experience and expertise to this prestigious group of industry leaders
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) March 9, 2010
TERIS announced today that it has joined The Sedona Conference®, the leading research and educational institute dedicated to the advancement of law and policy in the areas of antitrust law, complex litigation and intellectual property rights. TERIS has joined the organization as a member of its acclaimed eDiscovery RFP + Vendor Panel.
The Sedona Conference® formed the RFP+ Vendor Panel in the belief that a well-informed marketplace, speaking in the same language, ultimately leads to reduced costs for all parties, higher quality, and greater predictability.
“TERIS is excited to join the Vendor Panel as it has an excellent reputation for providing an array of innovative technology solutions to its clients,” said Stefan Wikstrom, founder and CEO of TERIS. “The Sedona Conference® exists to allow legal industry leaders who are at the cutting edge of issues in the areas of antitrust law, complex litigation, and intellectual property rights, to come and engage in true dialogue in an effort to move the law forward in a reasoned and just way. We very much look forward to joining this network and contributing our experience and expertise to this prestigious group of industry leaders.”
About The Sedona Conference
The Sedona Conference® exists to allow leading jurists, lawyers, experts, academics and others, at the cutting edge of issues in the area of antitrust law, complex litigation, and intellectual property rights, to come together - in conferences and mini-think tanks (Working Groups) - and engage in true dialogue, not debate, all in an effort to move the law forward in a reasoned and just way.
The organization’s hallmark is its unique use of the dialogue process to reach levels of understanding and insight not otherwise achievable. The Sedona Conference® Working Group Series is designed to focus the dialogue on forward-looking principles, best practices and guidelines in specific areas of the law that may have a dearth of guidance or are otherwise at a "tipping point." The goal is that the Working Groups, the open Working Group Membership Program, and peer review process, will produce output that is balanced, authoritative, and of immediate benefit to the Bench, Bar and general public.
Founded in 1996, TERIS (previously known as ALC Legal Technologies, Duplex Legal Discovery Solutions, and Digital Discovery Solutions), provides legal support and sophisticated eDiscovery solutions to law firms and corporate legal teams across the U.S. and internationally. TERIS’ staff of nearly 300 professionals was named one of the top 20 eDiscovery service providers by industry researcher Socha-Gelbmann in 2008. The company operates a free job board for the legal profession at http://www.discoverlegaljobs.com and has offices in Seattle, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, San Diego, Phoenix, and Austin. To learn more about TERIS, visit http://www.TERIS.com or follow the company on Twitter at Twitter.com/DiscoverTeris.