July 09, 2013
Michael Roach of LTN discusses Ballard Spahr’s adoption of Relativity, highlighting customized workflows and Relativity Assisted Review as key factors in their decision.
kCura is named one of the top companies to work for in the Chicago region. Winners were assessed via an analysis of internal practices and employee surveys.
SmartBusiness profiles kCura’s CEO, Andrew Sieja, as a finalist in the technology category for the 2012 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year awards.
Charles Holloway of Millnet lays out the Relativity Assisted Review workflow to demonstrate cost and time savings in one of his company’s cases.
kCura is highlighted in a special blog series from lonelybrand that celebrates Techweek sponsors and the contributions Chicago is making in the digital space.
July 08, 2013
D4, a Relativity Best in Service partner, discusses their upcoming presentation in the “Real-World Stories of Relativity” session at Relativity Fest.
Katey Wood of ESG analyzes the evolving state of computer-assisted review, noting Relativity Assisted Review.
ESG analyst Katey Wood discusses the Relativity Assisted Review workflow within the context of the greater e-discovery industry and current predictive coding landscape.
Chris Dale of the e-Disclosure Information Project writes about Hobs Legal Docs’ use of Relativity Assisted Review alongside their client’s manual analysis to maximize the value of review.
Legal Technology Insider notes Dickinson Wright and Akin Gump’s decisions to bring Relativity in-house in their October newsletter.
The Radicati Group releases an analysis of global e-discovery solutions, including Relativity.
Brent Ozar blogs about Relativity Fest 2012 and working with kCura.
Chicago’s Academy for Global Citizenship writes about kCura’s support during a recent crowd-funding campaign to achieve their dream school.
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.
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