Compliance Announces Plans for New Managed Review and eDiscovery Office Location in Midtown Manhattan

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This move is a testament to the tremendous growth Compliance Discovery Solutions has experienced over the past year.

Compliance Discovery Solutions, an integrated eDiscovery services and managed review provider, today announced it will combine two existing New York City offices into a single, more modernized and efficient office space. The move is effective August 20, 2017. Compliance’s new address is 675 Third Avenue, 17th floor, New York, NY, 10017.

Located at the corner of 42nd street and Third Avenue in Midtown, the new office will occupy the entire 17th floor and have room for nearly 200 document review attorneys. The new facility will allow Compliance to combine two offices located in New York, providing for greater efficiency and symmetry between teams. Compliance operates across the entire U.S. in order to best service its legal clients, including offices in Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Washington, DC.

“This move is a testament to the tremendous growth Compliance Discovery Solutions has experienced over the past year. As we continue to expand our eDiscovery services and respond to our client’s needs, our team continues to grow. Bringing our two locations together allows Compliance to offer a better customer experience to our clients while optimizing workflows for our internal teams” stated Adam Platin, Compliance’s Executive Vice President and Operating Partner.

Compliance serves three primary areas across the eDiscovery spectrum, including Managed Document Review Services, eDiscovery Technology and Project Management and Managed Services, which Compliance has branded as DaaS, or Discovery-as-a-Service. Since launching DaaS, the Compliance team has taken multiple steps to expand its eDiscovery offerings. The first of these enhancements delivered DaaS 2.0, which provided multiple updates and additions to the original DaaS platform, including a number of Compliance Innovations and a client portal giving insight into infrastructure, storage, utilization, and custom metrics. In April, Compliance announced PayGo pricing. This Pay-as-you-Go pricing model provides clients with nearly the same virtual…

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