STROZ FRIEDBERG ANNOUNCES NEW RELATIVITY OFFERING IN THE EU AND SWITZERLAND AS AN EXPANSION OF E-DISCLOSURE SOLUTIONS
Stroz Friedberg, a global investigations, intelligence and risk services company, announced the deployment of kCura’s Relativity in the European Union and Switzerland to expand its e-disclosure services. As a Relativity Premium Hosting Partner, Stroz Friedberg is able to offer Relativity as an option alongside its existing proprietary tool, to further support clients’ needs to manage, review and investigate electronic evidence in a variety of cases, including regulatory challenges, sensitive employment matters and complex litigation. Globally recognised Relativity, developed by kCura, is a fully featured and flexible web-based e-disclosure platform.
The amount of electronically stored information (ESI) at companies today is growing rapidly, making litigation increasingly complex, costly, and time consuming. With Relativity, Stroz Friedberg gives clients added flexibility in e-disclosure technology solutions, as they work with its consultants to help navigate through complicated litigation matters as cost-effectively and efficiently as possible, while safeguarding compliance with local data privacy laws.
“Our approach to data discovery and disclosure includes the deep strategic expertise of our seasoned consultants, and it’s why companies have turned to us time and again,” said Michael Patsalos-Fox, CEO of Stroz Friedberg. “It gives our clients an unparalleled level of assurance to meet all of their electronic disclosure obligations, and our Relativity offering adds another layer to that certainty.”
“We’re pleased to have the opportunity to offer Relativity to our clients,” said Seth Berman, head of Europe and executive managing director of Stroz Friedberg. “The platform’s features dovetail seamlessly into our existing services and the offering provides our clients with further options to meet their case objectives.”
“We’re excited to help Stroz Friedberg expand the scope of their Relativity offering globally,” said Andrew Sieja, president and CEO of kCura. As our user community continues to grow throughout Europe, we look forward to helping groups like Stroz Friedberg provide an exceptional Relativity experience to a diverse customer base.”