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Exterro Now the Exclusive E-Discovery Software Partner of the Association of Corporate Counsel

Created on October 18, 2019

Marketing Communications & Events Manager at Exterro

The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC), a global legal association that promotes common professional and business interests of corporate in-house counsel, has selected their exclusive ACC Alliance Partner for E-Discovery Software: Exterro.

“We are extremely pleased to be selected as the exclusive e-discovery software partner of the ACC Alliance Program,” said Exterro founder and CEO Bobby Balachandran. “Our mission is to help organizations address their litigation and compliance risks more effectively and at a lower cost, and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to work collaboratively with the ACC and its extensive membership.”

The partnership is announced on the cusp of the annual ACC event, which takes place October 27 to 30, in Phoenix, Ariz. The organization currently has several partnerships with leading legal and business service providers, which are meant to offer their members access to high-quality services and solutions that fit their unique needs as corporate counsel. Exterro will join seven other organizations in the ACC Alliance Program, which includes Jordan Lawrence, NAVEX Global, Thomson Reuters, and Wolters Kluwer.

“Managing e-discovery as a part of legal operations is consistently a top priority for in-house attorneys around the world,” said Veta T. Richardson, president and CEO of ACC. “Exterro will play a key role in strengthening our ability to provide in-house counsel with the necessary tools to manage the e-discovery process at every stage.”

The ACC is a global legal association representing more than 45,000 members in 85 countries. ACC serves the needs of its members by anticipating and understand the needs of the in-house bar, delivering services to corporate clients efficiently, and offer education, networking, and through creating advocacy for its members. ACC hopes to foster excellence among in-house practitioners, advance the highest ethical standards governing corporate law, and promote diversity and inclusiveness within legal communities.

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