Atlanta, Georgia - October 1, 2019 - Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP today announced that they have been named a finalist in the Relativity Innovation Awards at Relativity Fest for Best Law Firm Solution for their LitSmart® AutoTasker.
The LitSmart® AutoTasker was developed to address a need to streamline and automate routine manual tasks that occur across all Relativity workspaces and ensure consistency of processes. As an example, within Relativity, a series of sequential steps requiring manual input at each stage must take place every time data is loaded to a workspace. With the LitSmart® AutoTasker, these steps are customized and run automatically once data has been loaded without the constant oversight and interaction of a LitSmart team member, resulting in more consistent and efficient workflows and a measurable decrease in time spent on routine manual tasks.
“I’m extremely proud of our entire team for their dedicated work on this project that addresses a very real need within our software environment,” said LitSmart E-Discovery Team Leader and Kilpatrick Townsend Partner, Craig Cannon. “Being a finalist for the fifth year in a row for this prestigious and coveted honor is a true testament to Kilpatrick Townsend’s commitment to client service and innovation.”
Relativity will recognize finalists and announce winners during a special ceremony on October 23rd at Relativity Fest, the annual e-discovery conference that will be held October 20-23 in Chicago. The 10th annual Relativity Fest brings together more than 2,000 attendees from around the world together for a three-day event featuring engaging panel discussions, hands-on labs, breakout sessions, and insights from both Relativity team members and end users.
The Relativity Innovation Awards is an annual competition celebrating organizations that use Relativity in creative ways, solving difficult or unique challenges within and outside of e-discovery. Judges selected solutions that use various application integration points to display an extensive use of Relativity’s APIs to streamline processes, solve complex workflow needs, and create an altogether new solution that positively impacts business strategy. The Relativity community also has a chance to vote for their favorite finalists’ innovation for the Community Choice Solution.
“Being an Innovation Awards finalist for five years running is a testament to Kilpatrick Townsend’s commitment to in-house innovation,” said Drew Deitch, Director of Strategic Partnerships at Relativity. “We’re excited to see how the newest creation from their LitSmart E-Discovery Team can help save time and resources for users working in our platform.”
About the LitSmart® E-Discovery Team
Kilpatrick Townsend’s LitSmart® E-Discovery Team has grown to more than 30 permanent employees stationed in offices throughout the firm’s footprint. Client services include the full range of operational e-discovery services (from preservation and collection through production), document review at the 6,000 square foot LitSmart® E-Discovery Review Center, consultation on the development of enterprise-level strategies for e-discovery and information governance, providing guidance on compliance with international privacy laws, and serving as discovery counsel to corporations worldwide.
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