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Epiq Systems closes deal to become privately held

OMERS Private Equity and funds managed by have completed theacquisition ofEpiq Systems Inc.

After the acquisition, Epiq and DTI, a global legal processoutsourcing company majority-owned by OMERS and managed by OMERS PrivateEquity, plan to integrate their operations.

In the short term, both the Epiq and DTI brands will remainin place as the organization undergoes integration of operations.

The business will be headquartered in Atlanta, with morethan 100 locations around the world.

John Davenport Jr. will serve as CEO of the combinedbusiness. Brad Scott, president and COO of Epiq, and Keith Conley, presidentand COO of DTI, will become co-presidents and co-COOs.

Eddie James will be CFO of the combined organization. AdamSeskis will be chief integration officer, and Jeffrey Jacobs will be chieflegal officer.