December 28, 2017
With the global legal market more competitive than ever, law students are being encouraged to upskill themselves in technology, particularly e-discovery, if they are to graduate with job prospects. A panel discussion facilitated by Relativity at their annual Relativity Fest discussed the future of legal education.
December 22, 2017
On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, publisher William Magee is joined by Relativity’s Stuart Hall and Sky Discovery directors Nathan Wigginton and Anderson Hind.
December 21, 2017
Forbes features Relativity's annual Holiday Letters tradition in their holiday tech roundup; this year, Relativity donated over 300 gifts to two Chicago public schools.
December 20, 2017
At Relativity Fest, KordaMentha executive director Craig Macaulay and director Grant Whiteley spoke with Emma Ryan from Lawyers Weekly about how Relativity has enabled them to go outside their usual litigious work and delve into the company culture of their client.
December 19, 2017
Relativity's out-of-this-world bash at the Adler Planetarium is featured in Built in Chicago's annual holiday party roundup.
Chicago's legaltech scene continues to grow as local startups Esquify and Heretik announce new funding, including investments from Relativity.
December 18, 2017
Heretik, a contract review app built on top of Relativity, today announced that it has raised $2.4 million. The funding was led by Corazon Capital and included existing investors Chicago Ventures and Relativity.
Relativity today announced that it will award 2018 Wired to Learn grants to public schools in DuPage, Lake, Will, and Cook Counties.
Emma Ryan from Lawyers Weekly discusses key findings from the Relativity Fest session on "legal lessons of celebrities past and present," which featured David Horrigan, e-discovery counsel and legal content director at Relativity.
December 15, 2017
Relativity, a Chicago-based software firm, is experiencing huge growth in the business of making the legal discovery process much easier. Now with nearly 800 employees – including more than 200 new hires in 2017 – this leading e-discovery software firm has learned quite a bit about balancing company culture and growth.
December 14, 2017
Relativity is a leader in the legal tech industry and an important reference point in legal tech venture capital trends.
In the Relativity Fest panel “The rise of artificial intelligence and what it actually means for you,” Relativity’s Doug Kaminski moderated as legal professionals discussed AI and its potential capabilities and elements of uncertainty surrounding the tool.
December 13, 2017
Whether it’s high-profile litigants such as Taylor Swift or an e-discovery sanctions case making it to the U.S. Supreme Court, data discovery has made it to the legal prime time. Relativity’s David Horrigan takes us through the cases we couldn’t stop discussing in 2017.
Relativity is on Built In Chicago's list of the 15 fastest growing tech companies in Chicago. The Relativity team had a net increase of 225 members in 2017 and remains hard at work building an e-discovery platform to manage large volumes of data and identifies key issues during litigation, investigations, and compliance.
December 12, 2017
More and more firms are turning to e-discovery tools like Relativity to get the job done faster and deliver better value for their clients.
Relativity partner Blackdot's Videris will help Slaughter and May boost their e-discovery capabilities.
The Lawyer, a UK-based legal trade, asked firms about their technology-related innovations and how they project manage their litigation matters. Several use Relativity to get the job done.
December 11, 2017
UK-based technology company Blackdot Solutions today announced that leading Magic Circle law firm Slaughter and May had acquired software licenses of Blackdot’s intelligence and research platform, Videris.
December 04, 2017
Morae Global Corp. recently announced the launch of RelativityOne cloud-based managed e-discovery service in the U.K. The company hopes that the service will give U.K. clients the agility to process overseas data quickly, as well as mature a still nascent cloud e-discovery market.
At Relativity, every lunch break, 50 people gather in the cafeteria to play in an ongoing company Magic league. Magic: The Gathering is a trading card game in which players build decks and compete against each other.
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