Cozen O’Conner Chooses Evolve IP Cloud Services


Evolve IP, The Cloud Services Company™ in Wayne, continues to receive international notice.

5.20.2014 Cozen OconnerCozen O’Conner, a Philadelphia based international law firm with 575 attorneys in 22 cities, has deployed Evolve IP’s award-winning cloud services. The firm, which specializes in business law, litigation and government relations, has deployed eDiscovery technologies in-house using Evolve IP for virtual servers and co-location.

Both CBS News and USA Today also recently interviewed Evolve IP executives about the end of support for Windows XP and potential solutions for businesses. Evolve IP is one of the nation’s fastest growing cloud service companies. The CBS interview with Evolve IP CEO Scott Kinka is at the bottom of this post.

David Walton
David Walton

“Recent amendments to the federal rules of civil procedure have forced all law firms to implement some form of eDiscovery solution to organize their clients’ data for use in trials,” said David Walton, managing director of Cozen O’Conner’s Electronic Discovery Practice and Advisory Services. “Most law firms are beholden to third parties who specialize in the field and charge exorbitant fees for their eDiscovery services.”

“Using Evolve IP’s cloud and eDiscovery software from Relativity, Cozen O’Conner has been able to create their own eDiscovery service for a fraction of the cost of using third party services,” Walton said. “This change has resulted in substantial cost-savings for our clients which in turn has enabled the firm to win new clients due to our competitive pricing. With Evolve IP’s compliant architecture and geographically redundant data centers our clients’ data is secure and we can easily manage our systems without having to inconvenience the IT group. Evolve IP has been there for us throughout and we couldn’t have done this without their partnership.”


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