July 08, 2013
This week’s Law Technology News rollup includes Dickinson Wright’s adoption of Relativity for review and case management.
LTN’s Michael Roach discusses a new offering from Modus called EarlyInsight—an early case assessment service that runs on top of Relativity.
The Chicago Tribune’s Wailin Wong continues to report on Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s announcement of major hiring plans among Chicago-based tech companies, including kCura.
Crain’s Chicago Business covers Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s announcement that more than 20 Chicago-based tech companies, including kCura, have committed to creating more than 2,000 jobs in Chicago by 2015.
Crain’s Chicago features kCura's president and CEO, Andrew Sieja, in their list of 50 entrepreneurs who are leading Chicago's tech startup community.
Built in Chicago discusses kCura’s symbolic green couch with CEO and founder, Andrew Sieja, following a Q&A with Fast Company.
Built in Chicago profiles kCura’s CEO and founder, Andrew Sieja, who shares advice for startups and entrepreneurs.
FierceCIO speaks with Mark Karnick of Glaser Weil about e-discovery and how the firm uses Relativity to improve document review.
Katey Wood of ESG provides a rollup of trends and announcements during ILTA 2012, including Relativity Assisted Review and a related case study.
Fast Company’s David Zax interviews kCura’s CEO, Andrew Sieja, about the old green couch sitting in kCura’s lobby and what it represents for the company.
Barry Murphy of eDiscovery Journal provides a rollup of several vendors at ILTA, noting kCura’s certification and partner programs, and the demand for Relativity Analytics.
KMWorld profiles Relativity in their tenth annual list of trend-setting products.
In LTN, Geoffrey Vance and Alison Silverstein of McDermott Will & Emery write about their use of Relativity Assisted Review during a recent fast-paced merger review.
Avalon Document Services, a Relativity Premium Hosting Partner, writes about employees achieving certification in Relativity through kCura’s RCA and RCSP programs.
July 05, 2013
Legal Technology Insider highlights a new white paper by Dr. David Grossman, which validates the effectiveness of the Relativity Assisted Review workflow.
Allie Philpin of Enterprise Communications highlights Relativity 7.5, discussing key features like Relativity Processing, as well as kCura president and CEO Andrew Sieja's thoughts on the release.
SFL Data announces their December 13 e-discovery seminar, which will include panelists from kCura.
Built in Chicago speaks with kCura’s president and CEO about the company’s recent recognition as one of the country’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For.
Millnet writes a case study about the use of Relativity Assisted Review in an international dispute, noting cost savings of more than 50 percent.
This week’s Law Technology News rollup discusses the new processing capabilities available in Relativity 7.5.
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