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Relativity

Overview

What is Relativity?

Relativity (formerly kCura) is a data e-discovery solution supporting litigation, government inquires, internal investigations and data governance policies within a secure cloud platform, from the company of the same name headquartered in Chicago.

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Recent Reviews

Great product!

10 out of 10
December 04, 2023
I use it for document review. It’s a great platform.I manage a team of attorneys who use it. We like the tagging feature and email …
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Legal professionals and eDiscovery teams have found immense value in utilizing Relativity for their document management and information …
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Relativity review

7 out of 10
May 06, 2022
Incentivized
I use it as Admin to perform the task as per my job profile. In terms of problem-solving, I use it for Processing data and producing the …
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Product Demos

Relativity Fest 2015 | Relativity 9.3 End-to-end Demo

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E-discovery Demo: Fios Redaction Assistant, a Relativity Application

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09 - August Relativity Demo - Grounded (Duster)

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SyngenceND Near Duplicate Clustering Relativity Integration Demo

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Relativity: The Demo

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NASA Awards Relativity Space a VCLS Demo 2 Contract

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Product Details

What is Relativity?

Relativity Video

The document paradigm is evolving. If you're only looking for an email, you're missing all the dirt. Tomorrow’s discovery demands a fuller picture of people.

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Reviews and Ratings

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December 04, 2023

Great product!

Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I use it for document review. It’s a great platform.I manage a team of attorneys who use it. We like the tagging feature and email threading feature. The similar documents is good too. It’s for a large number of documents. Only issue is log in problems occasionally. Productions are easy.
  • Production
  • Tagging of documents
  • Email threading
  • Speed
  • Log in
  • Run time
  • Filtering docs
The tagging and threading function is great! It helped me find useful documents for depositions. The production time allowed me to get out two big productions to opposing counsel on time. The customer service is great. The review platform is easy to use and downloading documents is fast. My team can share documents easily.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
We use it for some of our legal matters to manage electronic documents.
  • The interface is simple compared to the competition
  • The Relativity community is good and supportive
  • The software is very customiseable
  • Their pricing models can be difficult given they have a lot of spend criteria
We like to use Relativity for small and large matters. It is extremely rare that I would think of using another eDiscovery platform. We conduct PII reviews for one of our service lines. We use another software called Canopy which has much more suitable features.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
Our organization uses Relativity to have it as a platform for all eDiscovery-related work and presents this platform to more than 1000 clients for their electronic evidence, documents processing, coding decisions, review, analytics, and all other eDiscovery related counsel work. It is a very robust platform for hosting documents, various kinds of files, audio, etc. It has lots of analytics and processing prowess, very detailed in-depth review features, and granular security controls for access of specific objects and things to particular groups or individuals.
  • Documents review
  • Imaging and production of documents with redactions
  • Searches and search term reports
  • Content Analytics
  • Processing
  • Processing
  • UI
Relativity is well suited for all the eDiscovery workflows. It's excellent for document review, coding, active learning, content and structured analytics, searches, persistent highlights, imaging, and burning redactions into productions. The error rates with processing in Relativity are a little compared to other eDiscovery processing tools in the market. It is solely for document review purposes legal scenarios or otherwise, but it is not a complete solution for building customized hosting nor neither it is a replacement for conventional websites.
May 06, 2022

Relativity review

Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
I use it as Admin to perform the task as per my job profile. In terms of problem-solving, I use it for Processing data and producing the data for our clients. I use it daily to do the tasks assigned to me and we support our clients in all their requirements and use the power of relativity for Providing managed services at times.
  • Processing of data in relativity
  • Migration of workspaces
  • Producing documents
  • User interface
  • Session Time out
  • Support for multiple tabs at same time
If I have to specify some scenarios based on my experience with relativity would be well suited because of its ability to provide data in a presentable manner and play around with data is easy. It is a good platform to perform work with both efficiency and effectiveness.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
I use Relativity as an online document management system. It's used to store document collections, review documents for privilege and responsiveness, redact and produce documents and native files. Also used for document searches and review for preparations for upcoming depositions. Create and download collections of documents and native files for review and use as deposition exhibits.
  • Searching for documents and native files with various terms and approaches.
  • Tagging documents and native files for further review.
  • Creating and downloading collections of documents and native files for depositions.
  • More access to modifying homepage and search results view.
  • More control over adding and deleting features.
For the most part, Relativity is fairly easy to learn and use on a daily basis. Like most programs and platforms, you can learn to streamline usage, features, and results/downloads with more users over time. Just be careful how with multiple users in a document database, you have to make sure everyone knows NOT to make any edits or changes to tags and collections that others have set up.
Jeremy Abrams | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
Relativity is used to review electronic discovery documents. It allows users to sort, group, and mark documents so they can be labelled and accessed later by others by searching keywords or labels.
  • Allows for searchability
  • Provides documents tags
  • Labels Documents
  • Memory
  • Crashes frequently
  • Works slowly
Relativity is particularly well suited for large electronic discovery matters where a lawyer is attempting to sort through thousands of documents in a short period of time.
Jeff Lewis | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
ResellerIncentivized
Relativity is primarily used by my organization in two separate workflows: 1) cull/filter data, 2) review client data for production and prepare productions AND review of in-bound productions from opposing counsel
  • Can scale to support a review of a large number of documents and reviewers and/or large number of cases
  • Can be customized to support a variety of different workflows and integration with 3rd party tools and external processes and scripting of different fields
  • Very secure. Can be enabled to run 2 factor authentication
  • Very powerful tool, but does require a high level of expertise and head count to administer the product.
  • If hosting yourself, requires investment in servers and ideally is housed in a data center
  • Providers need to pay kCura a monthly user license fee for every user who has access to the tool. Providers can purchase blocks of users, but with a large amount of users on a case, it's cost that some external clients are not thrilled about
It's well suited for culling/filtering data, review and production of data. It's not well suited for organizations who don't have expertise administering a similar product and/or infrastructure to support the tool
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