Bringing e-discovery processes together into a single solution

By Tasha Levy|26 December 2019

In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show recorded live on site at Relativity Fest, host Will Magee joins Stuart Hall, Asia Pacific team lead for creativity, to discuss their offerings as an e-discovery software vendor.

He discusses their Relativity One platform, how the uptake has been to utilizing the cloud technology, and discusses the skepticism from some to adopt an online storage platform.

Stuart unpacks the technology that they have built into their products, what they have set to happen before Relativity Fest 2020, and how you can gain access to their technology.

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