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Nashville-based Legility announces partnership with Intelligent Voice for audio solutions

Kelleigh Michanichou

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NASHVILLE, TN — Legility, a Nashville-based legal services company, partners with Intelligent Voice to leverage audio solutions.

The partnership between Legility and Intelligent Voice will allow Legility's clients to leverage speech-to-text, voice analytics, and voice biometric identification solutions.

“Audio recordings are an essential part of discovery for many organizations,” said Barry Dark, CEO of Legility. “By partnering with Intelligent Voice, our clients will get access to end-to-end audio and video review technologies and workflows for regulatory investigations, litigation, Data Subject Access Requests, and discovery on both an enterprise and managed services basis.”

Intelligent Voice, an innovative voice solutions company, will support Legility's cases and clients with assisting features, including language detection and daily utilization reports. The technology will help clients during the review process and electronic discovery for the legal case.

“We are delighted to see Intelligent Voice’s high-volume audio and video processing capabilities integrated into Legility’s proven workflows for maximizing the quality of the entire review process," said Nigel Cannings, CTO of Intelligent Voice Ltd.

Corporate Counsel, a monthly legal magazine, recently named Legility as a top provider for legal/litigation support staffing agencies. The magazine also put Legility as the winner for 13 categories, including eDiscovery and litigation support service provider, technology-assisted review, contract lifecycle management and corporate investigations.

The legal services company takes part in the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion, a pledge from business leaders to accelerate the diversity and inclusion in their companies. Dark represented Legility and signed the commitment. This commitment successfully brought 2,000 CEOs across America to sign the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™.

Legility currently operates in 30 locations, including U.S., Frankfurt, Hongkong, Berlin, and London.

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