DSi has received two distinguished honors. The litigation support technology firm has been named one of The 10 Best Employers in Middle Tennessee and it was named one of the Tech 25, the first annual listing of the most influential technology firms in Middle Tennessee. Both awards were presented by Nashville Post magazine.
Document Solutions, Inc. Co-Founder and President Tom Turner and Catalyst Repository Systems Founder and CEO John Tredennick will host a webcast on Nov. 28 that explores sampling in eDiscovery.
DSi was named to Inc. magazine's 500|5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the country. This is DSi’s third consecutive year to make the Inc. 500|5000 list and marks a significant leap in ranking—moving up 1,000 places from 2,659 in 2010 to 1,662 in 2011.
Document Solutions, Inc., Catalyst Repository Systems and Bass, Berry & Sims will host eDiscovery experts Tom Turner, John Tredennick, Kathryn Walker and Michael Arkfeld during a free legal seminar, The seminar will explore the validity and use of keyword searches in eDiscovery as well as new rules and tips to enhance eDiscovery skills.
DSi employees are among the select group to earn the new Certified E-Discovery Specialist (CEDS) designation, which tests a candidate’s knowledge in 15 major areas of electronic discovery.