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November 14, 2017

The DFNDER Project: Leveraging eDiscovery Technology To Do Good For The World

A great pro bono opportunity for law firms, attorneys, and students. The DFNDER Project is designed with the purpose in mind to increase the number of exonerations and, ultimately, help free innocent people.

November 10, 2017

Lawyers Weekly Podcast: Lawyers as 'data scientists'

Will Magee and Emma Ryan from Lawyers Weekly sit down with Relativity's COO Nick Robertson, vice-president of international Steve Couling, and Asia-Pacific team lead Stuart Hall to discuss what the development of e-discovery technology has meant for lawyers, as well as the emergence of the multinational mega-conference that is ‘Fest’.

November 10, 2017

Chicago Tribune's 2017 Top Places to Work

Relativity is #27 in the Chicago Tribune's annual "Top Places to Work" survey for midsize companies. 

November 01, 2017

Doug Kaminski on 3 Key Ways to Protect Your IP

High Performance Counsel invited Relativity's Doug Kaminski to discuss security and IP protection in a constantly-growing network of global data.

November 01, 2017

When Algorithms Replace Post-Its: Artificial Intelligence Is Rewiring The Job Of A Lawyer

Relativity is part of a legal software revolution that puts advanced algorithims and machine learning at lawyers' fingertips, making practice more efficient than ever.

November 01, 2017

Why Lawyers Will Forget Post-Its and Think Algorithms Instead

e-Discovery platforms like Relativity have become considerably more sophisticated with machine learning that actually helps find the documents that lawyers once searched for by hand.

October 31, 2017

The .DAT File: Andrew Sieja – CEO @ Relativity (pt. 2)

In this episode of The .DAT File podcast, Andrew Sieja, Relativity founder and CEO, discusses some of the challenges and prospects for the e-discovery industry as a whole.  

October 31, 2017

What Role Will Relativity Play In The Future of Legal Disruption?

Relativity is making a real investment in innovation, and they want more lawyers learning about disruptive trends and startups.

October 31, 2017

Tips From An eDiscovery Road Warrior

e-Discovery is constantly morphing with new technology to make the process better, cheaper and faster. How can you help?

October 31, 2017

Tech or treat: Here's how 22 Chicago tech companies are celebrating Halloween

The Relativity team had fun with Halloween this year and our costumers were featured in a Built In Chicago round-up of the best celebrations in the local tech community.

October 31, 2017

e-Discovery software to identify wrongful conviction trends

The American Bar Association (ABA) is undertaking a project to use Relativity e-discovery software to analyze data on cases to determine whether bias or other factors could have contributed to wrongful convictions.

October 31, 2017

DFNDER Project Takes Aim at Minimizing Cognitive Biases Through Technology

Last week, Relativity and the ABA Center for Innovation announced the first phase of the DFNDER (Distributed Forensic Expert Network Delegating Review) Project, aimed at connecting forensic experts, attorneys, and academics investigating potential cases of wrongful conviction across the U.S.

October 25, 2017

New eDiscovery Platform to Help the Wrongfully Convicted

When it comes to wrongful convictions, usually it's the Innocence Project making headlines. However, it was recently announced that a joint project by the ABA Center for Innovation and the makers of the popular ediscovery software, Relativity, will be helping to stop and fight wrongful convictions.

October 25, 2017

Celebrities and Social Media, A Match Made in Legal Ethics Hell?

Relativity Fest 2017’s “Celebrity Law, Tech, and PR: Legal Ethics in News and Social Media” panel broke down some of those ethical quandaries, featuring celebrity attorney (including for the aforementioned Kardashians) Michael Kump of Kinsella Weitzman Iser Kump & Aldisert; former government attorney Stan Simpson, now a senior ethics counsel at The World Bank; and noted e-discovery attorney David Cohen of Reed Smith.

October 24, 2017

4 Ways to Improve Employee Experience at Your Startup

At Relativity Fest in Chicago, Dan and Chip Heath, brothers and coauthors of the New York Times best-selling book Made to Stick, Switch, and Decisive, engaged a massive audience about the power of moments and the value of experiences. 

October 24, 2017

Cloud 201: Defining, Using and Securing the Next Generation

The “E-Discovery in the Cloud” panel on the second day of Relativity Fest 2017 aimed to clear up common cloud misconceptions. 

October 24, 2017

The Social Media Conundrum: Ethics Concerns for New E-Discovery Age

At the “E-Discovery and Ethical Considerations for Social Media” panel during Relativity Fest 2017, Martin Tully, co-chairman of the data law practice at Akerman, and Philip Favro, an information governance and discovery consultant at Driven, ran through scenarios and offered tips on how to navigate the murky, ever-expanding world of ethics in social media discovery.

October 24, 2017

ABA project will use e-discovery software to identify wrongful conviction trends

The ABA Center for Innovation and software developer Relativity on Tuesday announced the project known as DFENDR, an acronym for Distributed Forensic Expert Network Delegating Review.

October 23, 2017

The Wide World of E-Discovery Cases: Judges Break Down Latest E-Discovery Decisions

The judges’ panel at Relativity Fest 2017 explored spoliation for Taylor Swift, insurance metadata and the introduction of TAR to Australia.

October 23, 2017

State of the Relativity Union: What to Know From the Relativity Fest Keynote

Relativity CEO Andrew Sieja provided a review of the company’s recent upgrades and updates, and where it plans to go from here.


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