Used by more than 12,000 unique organizations for everything from litigation to internal investigations to responding to government requests, Relativity reduces risks and helps you control costs associated with identifying, collecting, and analyzing electronic data.
Relativity helps government agencies—such as DOJ and EPA—quickly investigate data and identify key issues. Easy-to-use collection, processing, computer-assisted review, email threading, and production features support criminal and civil investigations, as well as your FOIA responses.
Used by 195 of the Am Law 200, Relativity provides a comprehensive e-discovery solution for hold through production, as well as solutions for the mobile attorney. Streamline your existing workflows, meet intense deadlines, create cost efficiencies, and achieve results for your diverse client base.
“Relativity is a mature product that is reliable, quick, and enables us to avoid exporting, reimporting, and worrying about duplicate copies of documents.”
Litigation Support Manager, Bricker & Eckler
“We trust Relativity for each stage of the e-discovery life cycle.”
Director of eDiscovery Strategy, CDS
“With Relativity, we can create outstanding reports, adjust workflows easily, and dig into specific documents quickly—it’s very functional and insightful. It’s not just our review tool—it’s our platform.”
Senior Manager, iDS
“Relativity is an extensible platform that allows Kroll Ontrack to quickly develop sophisticated new solutions and directly integrate proprietary technology to better serve our customers.”
Director of Relativity Solutions, Kroll Ontrack
“We selected Relativity after a thorough assessment of the e-discovery technology marketplace. It was vital that any system we adopted be capable of identifying the most critical documents sooner, ideally within a single end-to-end environment.”
Director of Discovery Services and Litigation Support, Pepper Hamilton
“Relativity provides the best combination of ease of use and complete functionality, allowing our legal teams to accurately identify the most relevant documents with optimal efficiency and the least cost impact on our clients.”
Bryon Z. Bratcher
Director – Litigation Technology Services, Reed Smith
“We’ve processed 1.9 million records into Relativity, and got them ready to be reviewed in under three days.”
Litigation Systems Engineer, Robinson + Cole
“By embedding Relativity throughout our processes, we’ve been able to provide more efficient and reliable e-disclosure services and significant financial savings for our clients.”
Lead Partner of Practice Support, Simmons & Simmons
“Relativity Processing is significantly faster at making data available for review than other systems.”
Director of Litigation Technology, Troutman Sanders
“It’s great to have an all-in-one solution that can easily handle our largest cases and is able to grow with us.”
Senior Litigation Technology Paralegal, Weintraub Tobin
4 Tips (and 9 Resources) to Get Your Feet Wet with Machine Learning
Data analytics technology has taken center stage in e-discovery, but getting started can be daunting. Take a look at the four tips and nine related resources we’ve compiled to get started.
We’re looking for pros like you to share their expertise with the e-discovery community at Relativity Fest, October 22 – 25, 2017. Submit your session idea by March 30 for a chance to receive a complimentary conference pass and industry accolades.
What Do the Outcomes Mean for Your Business?
Get up to speed with our concise, circuit-by-circuit analysis of 2016 data discovery case law from David Horrigan, kCura’s e-discovery counsel and legal content director.
e-Discovery is a fast-moving field with complex challenges. We’ve lined up a list of resources to help you make sense of the market landscape, catch up on the latest thinking, and start planning your software toolbox.
Sean Doherty of 451 Research presents a deep dive into the future of Relativity, as outlined at the company’s annual user conference, Relativity Fest. Considering recent product announcements, including Relativity 9.4 and a new SaaS product called RelativityOne, Doherty addresses kCura’s relationships and overall position in the industry.
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