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Rob Galliani

Rob Galliani is a member of the product management team at kCura, where he focuses on Case Metrics and RelativityOne.

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A Look Back at Past ILTACONs: Using Relativity to Visualize 5 Years of Trends

2017-08-18+0000| | Analytics & Assisted Review, Education & Certification, Litigation Support, Relativity Spotlight

A Look Back at Past ILTACONs: Using Relativity to Visualize 5 Years of TrendsWhile smaller than events like Comic-Con or Dragon Con, ILTACON can inspire similar levels of enthusiasm among attendees. However, instead of discussing Game of Thrones or Dungeons and Dragons, ILTACON revolves around topics such as forensically sound collections and technology-assisted review. And just as every Comic-Con buzzes with a new hot TV show or character, every year at ILTACON delivers a new hot topic.

As we prepared for ILTACON 2017, we wanted to take a look back in time to see how the legal technology conversation has transformed over the past several years. So, we ran a simple experiment: What would we find if we put the available session materials from past ILTACONs, dating back to 2012, into Relativity?

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A Review Manager's Guide to Convincing an e-Discovery Skeptic

2017-08-18+0000| | Analytics & Assisted Review, Litigation Support

Review Manager's Guide to Convincing an e-Discovery SkepticOne of the many takeaways from last November’s US presidential election is that the mechanics of e-discovery aren’t particularly well-known.

Case in point: a tweet from former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, posted days before the American public voted amid what one might call a second-pass review of Hillary Clinton’s emails.

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