2017 Commercial Litigation & Arbitration Forum
 
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3 Verulam Buildings is one of the foremost sets of chambers, with 70 barristers (23 QCs) offering genuine depth of experience across the full range of commercial litigation, from banking and finance to insurance, professional negligence, insolvency, commercial fraud, energy and natural resources, IT, and entertainment and media law. 3VB also has a firmly-established and growing reputation in domestic and international arbitration. 3VB is known for its approachable and responsive barristers and their willingness to work as part of a team with clients. Clients receive a service in which legal excellence is combined with a commercial attitude. Both barristers and practice managers understand the pressures on clients and the importance of providing a superb quality of service.




OpenText Discovery delivers breakthrough software applications that harness the power of machine learning to solve concrete legal and business problems. Our advanced analytics identify the facts that matter in unstructured and semi-structured data for eDiscovery, investigations, contract analysis, and information governance. Formed when OpenText—the global leader in enterprise information management—acquired Recommind in 2016, OpenText Discovery supports the world’s premier law firms, corporations, and government regulators including Norton Rose Fulbright, Siemens, the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission (SEC), Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw, TransCanada, Morgan Lewis, BMW, White & Case, Cisco, Swiss Re, and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). OpenText Discovery is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in New York, Boston, London, and Bonn, Germany.



Stroz Friedberg, an Aon company, is a specialised risk management firm built to help clients solve the complex challenges prevalent in today’s digital, connected, and regulated business world. Our focus is on cybersecurity, with leading experts in digital forensics, incident response, and security science; investigation; eDiscovery; intellectual property; and due diligence. Stroz Friedberg works to maximise the health of an organisation, ensuring its longevity, protection, and resilience. Founded in 2000 and acquired by Aon in 2016, Stroz Friedberg has thirteen offices across nine U.S. cities, London, Zurich, Dubai, and Hong Kong. Stroz Friedberg serves Fortune 100 companies, 80% of the AmLaw 100, and the Top 20 UK law firms.



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