July 05, 2013
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.
Enterprise Communications highlights new features and enhanced functionality in Relativity 7.5.
The Chicago Tribune’s Janet Kidd Stewart writes about what makes kCura a great place to work for the Tribune’s Top Workplaces 2012 list, highlighting kCura’s unique company culture and commitment to core values.
The Chicago Tribune recognizes the winning companies in the Tribune’s Top Workplaces 2012 list, naming kCura second among midsize businesses.
The Radicati Group includes kCura in their e-discovery competitive analysis for 2012.
Legal IT Professionals writes about a new white paper by Dr. David Grossman that measures the effectiveness of Relativity Assisted Review through a series of trials.
TERIS, a Relativity Premium Hosting Partner, highlights their experience at Relativity Fest III.
Legal Technology Insider writes about three new law firms licensing Relativity, including Kasowitz, Nilan Johson, and Morgan Lewis.
The NABR announces their annual list of top companies to work for nationally, naming kCura among the winners.
Fraud magazine writes about how fraud examiners are using e-discovery software to save time and money during asset recovery, highlighting a case where Relativity Assisted Review was used to reduce the number of documents manually reviewed.
The Project Counsel Group posts a brief blog entry about Relativity 7.5, specifically Relativity Processing.
Evan Koblentz of LTN previews Relativity 7.5, noting enhancements to Relativity Assisted Review and usability, in addition to new processing capabilities.
Bruce A. Olson of LitigationWorld evaluates Relativity Assisted Review, giving it an A+ TechnoScore for ease of use and ability to quickly locate relevant documents.
The eDisclosure Information Project highlights a Relativity application created by independent Relativity consultant Mark Dingle that implements complex business rules within workspaces.
kCura’s chief strategy officer, Jay Leib, provides guidelines for ensuring your review team can run a successful computer-assisted review project.
Fios’s Don Whitehead discusses his experience at Relativity Fest 2012, focusing on some of the highlights.
Michael Roach from LTN writes about why the law firms Morgan, Lewis & Bockius and Herbert Smith Freehills recently licensed Relativity.
KMWorld writes about Herbert Smith Freehills adopting Relativity to support their Australian information logistics services.
Morgan Lewis notes Relativity as a technology partner supporting their e-discovery practice group, eData.
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