Reveal-Brainspace announces acquisition of LIGL

Acquisitive Chicago-headquartered eDiscovery provider Reveal-Brainspace announced today (20 March) that it is acquiring LIGL, a cloud-based digital evidence and lifecycle management platform.

The purchase of LIGL will allow Reveal, which is backed by investment management group K1, to integrate its SaaS-based legal hold, evidence collection management and eDiscovery workflow automation technology directly onto its Reveal 11 platform.

“The addition of LIGL’s workflow automation platform will allow Reveal’s clients to easily manage data throughout the project lifecycle from collection through to production. LIGL’s seamless templating, reporting, and eDiscovery orchestration capabilities will provide unmatched capabilities to build a defensible and streamlined data pipeline,” said Matthew Brothers-McGrew, Reveal’s chief technology officer.

This is the latest acquisition for Reveal, which in 2021 merged with Brainspace, having the previous year acquired predictive intelligence software solution vendor NexLP.

Wendell Jisa, founder & CEO of Reveal said: “The acquisition of LIGL highlights Reveal’s commitment to an ongoing approach to growth that emphasizes customer needs over everything else. The LIGL team and the technology they bring to Reveal will augment Reveal 11’s seamless investigative and eDiscovery functionality.”

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