July 11, 2013
LTN's Evan Koblentz writes about Equivio's integration with Relativity.
The Association of Certified e-Discovery Specialists posts a web seminar regarding computer-assisted review, led by kCura's Jay Leib.
Danny Thankachan, Litigation Support Manager for Thompson & Knight, writes about how the litigation support department at his firm has changed thanks to the ability to build applications inside of Relativity.
The Radicati Group puts out their own e-discovery competitive analysis for 2011, which includes kCura.
ACEDS and LSPA, two organizations in which kCura are members of, announce a partnership to provide better access to certifications and services for legal service providers.
Katey Wood of ESG discusses her newest report on the e-discovery market, which includes an in-depth analysis of Relativity.
Sue Clarke, senior analyst for Ovum, discusses Relativity and how it uses advanced search technology to improve the e-discovery process.
Law.com covers how Premium Hosting Partner DTI recently upgraded their Relativity installation.
In November's issue of Briefing, Joanna Goodman discusses how tools like Relativity are now "much more than just document review."
The Radicati Group releases an analysis of global e-discovery solutions, including Relativity.
Steve Hendershot of Crain's Chicago speaks with Andrew Sieja regarding kCura's history and growth.
ACEDS writes about predictive coding technology and defensibility, speaking with kCura's Jay Leib about how the computer-assisted review workflow is becoming the new paradigm for review.
Image and Data Manager posts about Relativity's growth in Australia as Law In Order becomes a Relativity Certified Reseller.
Inc. discusses with kCura the growth of the e-discovery industry, what questions companies should ask related to it, and how the e-discovery process works.
In eTERA's survey of 500 contract attorneys in Washington, D.C., 31 percent of respondents selected Relativity as their favorite document review tool, making it the highest-ranked solution.
kCura's Jay Leib speaks with ACEDS in a podcast about how computer-assisted review is impacting e-discovery.
The Chicago Tribune announces their annual list of Chicago's top workplaces for 2011, with kCura ranked as number 20 in the top small companies category.
Gary MacFadden of Enterprise Management discusses his vendor meetings at LTNY, highlighting Relativity and kCura’s presence.
Relativity ISV partner Equivio's technical brief outlines how their Relativity integration processed 12.5 million files in less than 24 hours on a UK case.
Corp! Magazine discusses the 2011 national winners of the 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For, including kCura as an honored recipient.
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