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Since our founding in 2003, The Cowen Group has established itself as the top eDiscovery staffing and management consulting firm.
The Cowen Group is the premier provider of staffing and recruiting for eDiscovery, Legal Technology, Litigation Support, and Information Governance professionals. Our clients nationwide and throughout Europe include 85 of the AmLaw 200 as well as 125 Fortune 500 companies and some of the most prominent vendors and providers in the legal services industry.
To support our clients in their personal and professional growth, The Cowen Group hosts over 50 executive peer micro-events nationally. These thought leadership workshops are designed to bring together Legalists, Technologists, Consultants and Executives in a roundtable environment to accelerate their advancement in this rapidly evolving space. Networking and collaborating with the right peers and professionals elevates the careers of the talent we represent and offers The Cowen Group unparalleled insight into the trends and market forces that are shaping our industry.
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2013, Q1 Critical Trends Survey
A deep look into workload, department structure, emerging trends, and challenges for AmLaw 200 litigation support departments.
2012 Salary Study
Our seventh annual look into human capital costs in the litigation support departments of the AmLaw 200.
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Latest Blog Post - Mon, 29 April 2013
Six days after the kick off to the Q2 Leadership Breakfast Series in New York, David Cowen, Barclay Blair (Principal and Founder of ViaLumina) and I found ourselves at the City Club in Washington , DC. The group was a bit smaller, but the 30+ attendees were no less the thought leaders we found in New York. The topic remained the same, "Big Data: An Emerging Influencer for eDiscovery, Compliance & Information Governance Careers," but the conversation was a much different style than in New York. This was largely due to the fact that we had a secret weapon this time. We had . . .