Document Technologies, Inc. Expands Electronic Discovery Project Management Team

Document Technologies, Inc. (DTI), the nation’s largest independent
provider of on-site management services and electronic data discovery
solutions, announced today the hiring of two experienced litigation
professionals to the company’s e-discovery project management team,
along with the completion of office improvements in two major markets.
DTI’s New York and Chicago locations recently underwent substantial
facilities upgrades incorporating new electronic discovery technology
to support a growing client base.

Record growth in DTI’s data acquisition, processing and hosted
review services has prompted the need for more e-discovery professional
services consultants. Industry veterans Courtney Curtin and Ron Deutsch
recently joined DTI in the roles of senior project managers, both
bringing significant experience and skills to further strengthen the
critical role of e-discovery project management.

Additionally, DTI has made substantial real estate investments in
key markets to support its continued growth. The Chicago office of DTI
recently moved into a completely renovated space located at 105 West
Adams Street, Suite 1200 that will serve as the company’s newest
Regional Technology Center. Located in the heart of downtown Chicago,
the facility offers optimum security in a state-of-the-art forensics
lab and a full-scale processing center for both electronic and paper
discovery projects, in addition to training, sales and administrative
offices. DTI’s New York office located in Midtown Manhattan at 151 West
46th Street has also recently undergone a major renovation. The project
included the build-out of 10,000 square feet of space to support DTI’s
local paper and electronic discovery processing services, in addition
to sales and administrative offices.

“Our growth and success this year is a testament to our strategy of
delivering best-of-breed technology solutions and to our people who
provide high-quality service in local markets throughout the U.S.,”
said Document Technologies, Inc. CEO John Davenport, Jr. “We will
continue making the investments necessary to deliver the superior
technology and service our clients have come to expect from DTI.”

In recent months DTI has received leadership awards from key
technology partners, attained ISO/IEC 27001:2005 compliance, and
expanded its national e-discovery forensics consulting services with
the addition of several new certified computer examiners. DTI also has
added several legal industry veterans serving in prominent leadership
roles, further demonstrating the company’s ability to attract and
retain elite, experienced professionals.

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