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Law Firm Selection of kCura’s Relativity eDiscovery Platform

David Houlihan of Blue Hill Research shares his report on why four law firms chose Relativity as their core attorney review and e-discovery management platform.

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DIII Senior Spotlight: Bafia and Amberchan

Swim Swam features student athlete Billy Bafia, highlighting his passion for software engineering and summer internship at kCura.

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kCura Ranked Number 175 Fastest-Growing Company in North America on Deloitte's 2014 Technology Fast 500

kCura today announced that they have again been listed on Deloitte’s 2014 Technology Fast 500.

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kCura Wins New Product Innovation Leadership Award

kCura announced that they have been recognized with the 2014 North American New Product Innovation Leadership Award, based on Frost & Sullivan’s independent analysis of enterprise e-discovery solutions.

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College Hackers to Descend on Northwestern

Crain’s Chicago notes kCura as a sponsor for the WildHacks competition at Northwestern University.

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Ready, Set, Grow: Five Things You Should Consider as You Plan Your New Office Space

Chicago Creative Space highlights the collaborative spaces in kCura’s office as a way to spark creativity amongst a team.

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How to Bridge the Gap Between IT and Legal Departments

eWeek prepares a slide show of eight tips from kCura on how legal and IT departments can work together more effectively for a better litigation outcome.

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Relativity Fest Judicial Panel on e-Discovery Part II

Registration for the Relativity Fest Judicial Panel on e-Discovery: Part II webinar is now available. In this follow-up webinar, four prominent federal judges—Judges Nora Barry Fischer, Andrew Peck, Xavier Rodriguez, and David Waxse—will come back together after Relativity Fest with moderator David Horrigan to continue discussing related topics, such as BYOD, mobile, and data privacy, and how it will impact e-discovery.

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kCura Named to the Chicago Tribune Top Workplaces List for Fourth Consecutive Year

kCura today announced that they have been named one of Chicago Tribune’s Top Workplaces.

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Why I Stay

The Chicago Tribune shares why employees of top Chicago companies love their job, including a quote from a kCura team member.

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Case Studies

Analytics – Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young
Read how a partner at the firm—someone who was new to Relativity—was able to use Analytics to easily find the documents he needed within hours.

Analytics – Severson & Werson
Read how a law firm used Relativity Analytics to reduce their document count from 250,000 to 1,000 key documents, ultimately cutting their typical review time and cost in half.

Analytics – Troutman Sanders
Learn how the firm used email threading to cut straight to content the attorneys needed to review, helping their client save an estimated $233,000 in response to a government subpoena.

Applications – Thompson & Knight
Discover how this global firm tapped their own litigation support team to create a custom, easy-to-use project management application—and at least 15 other productivity-enhancing applications—in Relativity for their practice groups.

Assisted Review – Law in Order
Find out how an Australia-based litigation support provider used Relativity Assisted Review to achieve a 90 percent cost saving, and how a QC review revealed the system’s coding decisions were more accurate than the human reviewer’s.

Assisted Review – McDermott Will & Emery
Read how an international law firm worked with the U.S. DOJ to establish a Relativity Assisted Review workflow in the Anheuser-Busch InBev and Grupo Modelo merger—ultimately saving their client more than $2 million.

Assisted Review – Millnet
Discover how an e-discovery service provider used QC rounds and training procedures in Relativity Assisted Review to replace ineffective keyword searching, and as a result, cut their client’s review costs in half.

Assisted Review – Complete Discovery Source
Learn how an e-discovery services company tackled a tight deadline when a late request for an additional custodian tripled the scope of a federal investigation.  Using a seed set from previously reviewed custodians and several training rounds in Relativity Assisted Review, they reduced the added document count by more than 85 percent without disrupting their client’s review workflow.

Native Imaging – Merrill Corporation
Learn how a legal service provider used Relativity’s native imaging solution to simplify their tiffing workflow, and reduced their time for a typical tiffing job by more than 19 hours—even while volume increased.

Processing – Dickinson Wright
Discover how a law firm processed 161 GB of raw data into their review workspace in under 32 business hours for a breach-of-contract complaint.

White Papers

Common Statistical Concepts and Their Influence on Computer-Assisted Review
Dr. Gideon Frieder of George Washington University discusses how statistics—including basic concepts like probability, confidence intervals, and sampling—help make computer-assisted review defensible.

Control Sets: Introducing Precision, Recall, and F1 into Relativity Assisted Review
In this paper, we investigate different ways to conduct—and measure the accuracy of—a computer-assisted review project using a control set workflow.

Document Categorization Using Latent Semantic Indexing
A joint publication from Content Analyst and kCura, this paper explains the engine behind Relativity Analytics, which uncovers document relationships based on concepts instead of just keywords.

The Impact of Judgmental Sampling on Assisted Review
Dr. David Grossman explores how sample size and sampling methodology—including judgmental sampling based on keyword searches—affect the accuracy of a computer-assisted review project.

Measuring and Validating the Effectiveness of Relativity Assisted Review
Dr. David Grossman investigates and explains reporting in Assisted Review, as well as the effectiveness and accuracy of the workflow.

Understanding Security in Relativity Binders
This paper explains the multiple layers of Binders and iPad® security that keep your case documents safe inside the app.

Understanding the Components of Assisted Review and the Workflow That Ties Them Together
This paper discusses how Assisted Review’s combination of experts, engine, and statistical validation produce defensible results with significant savings in review time and costs.