kCura announced finalists and winners of the 2014 Relativity Fest Innovation Awards.
The Chicago Daily Law Journal’s Jamie Loo summarizes the judges’ panel discussion at Relativity Fest, which focused on what is expected of lawyers during e-discovery and computer-assisted review.
David Horrigan from 451 Research discusses the Relativity Fest judges’ panel, highlighting expected e-discovery competencies of lawyers.
Troutman Sanders announces their win at the Relativity Fest Innovation Awards for creating the Best Law Firm Solution.
Members of the kCura team will be attending the Association of Corporate Counsel Annual Meeting on October 28-31 in New Orleans.
Stop by booth #708 to learn how your whole organization—from legal to IT to HR—can use Relativity for e-discovery, internal investigations, compliance projects, information governance, and more.
Tech Crunch’s Jonathon Shieber writes about the continuing growth of startup companies in the Midwest, highlighting kCura as a success story.
KMWorld shares an overview of the new features added to Relativity 9.
kCura today announced that Weintraub Tobin has licensed Relativity firm-wide for its comprehensive processing, review, analytics, and production functionality.
kCura, developers of the e-discovery software Relativity, today announced Relativity 9 in front of more than 1,100 attendees at their annual user conference, Relativity Fest.
Brent Ozar writes a blog post about the announcement of Relativity 9 and the Relativity Data Grid at Relativity Fest.
LTN’s Mark Gerlach announces the release of Relativity 9, highlighting cross-browser and cross-platform compatibility, the new user interface, and Relativity Data Grid.