E-Discovery company, Relativity, previously known as kCura, has grown to more than 800 employees. This is an almost doubling in size since three years ago when it took an outside minority investment of US$125 million from a private equity fund. Read more by clicking image below:
Webinar (recording) hosted by Nuix: Advances in technology and work practices are rapidly adding to the large volumes of recorded audio that may be relevant for litigation, investigation, or regulatory response. However, many myths persist about voice-to-text technologies: They’re so slow it’s just as easy to have someone transcribe the audio – They’re so inaccurate it’s better to transcribe the recording – They don’t capture relevant names, proper nouns or industry terms – Indexes of audio files are large to store and slow to search. Panelists: Angela Bunting, Vice President – eDiscovery, Nuix Peter Fetzer, Senior Solution Engineer, Nuix.
eDiscovery platform LitReview, powered by Ringtail, available in Australia for fraction of cost Boutique and mid-tier law firms can now compete with their larger counterparts for substantial litigation with the launch of LitReview. It follows a partnership between information management specialists, The Information Management Group (TIMG), and global business advisory specialists FTI Consulting, whereby TIMG will host Ringtail, FTI’s patented electronic software, on its local servers. LitSupport is a wholly owned subsidiary of TIMG. LitReview, powered by Ringtail, is a complete eDiscovery and document review platform enabling corporate legal teams and law firms of all sizes to manage the explosion […]