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The Ediscovery Blog

Jul
25
By Eric Robinson

For Relativity gurus, making sense of kCura’s certification system is likely no sweat. However, for ediscovery outsiders or legal/IT professionals new to Relativity, all of the classes, tests and designations are a bit overwhelming. While kCura’s certification system is not overly complicated, it takes some time to learn the lingo. To speed up your learning […]

The post Relativity Certifications—Helping You Learn the Lingo appeared first on The Ediscovery Blog by Kroll Ontrack.

Jul
21
By Michele Lange

This past week, I had the opportunity to attend the Ing3nious NorCal Retreat on Ediscovery and Information Governance in the beautiful Pacific coast town of Half Moon Bay, California. This event signified the fifth anniversary since Ing3nious launched its initial retreat. As typical for Ing3nious conferences, the retreat featured many knowledgeable speakers and informative presentations. Ediscovery Ethics: […]

The post Soaking up the Ediscovery Sun: Ing3nious NorCal 2016 appeared first on The Ediscovery Blog by Kroll Ontrack.

Jul
13
By Thought Leadership Team

Court Says Prolonged Discovery Periods Are Not “Marvelous” Wai Feng Trading Co. v. Quick Fitting, Inc., 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 77672 (D.R.I. June 14, 2016) Cost Alone Is Not Sufficient to Evade Native File Production Mitchell v. Reliable Sec., LLC, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 76128 (N.D. Ga. May 23, 2016) Court Holds Rule 26(b)(1) Cannot […]

The post July 2016 Ediscovery Case Summaries appeared first on The Ediscovery Blog by Kroll Ontrack.

The Ediscovery Buzz

Apr 7

Kroll Ontrack brings award-winning technology to Asia with the integration of Relativity

Press Release

Kroll Ontrack today announced it is adding kCura’s Relativity to its ediscovery offering in Asia. As a Relativity Best in Service partner, Kroll Ontrack is now giving Asian law firms and companies flexibility in their choice of document review tools, based on the needs of their projects.

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