At Legaltech in New York, I interviewed Al Park, Global Technology Consulting Leader at Control Risks. Control Risks is a major Relativity partner and, Al Park said, often has several investigations running concurrently. It needs the stability and security which RelativityOne can bring it.
It is not uncommon for a regulatory investigation and an internal investigation (and perhaps also litigation) to be running at the same time about the same facts or events. Relativity’s analytics and data visualisation help users to get to the facts more quickly.
Increasingly, attention has to be paid to international privacy regulations and, Al Park said, the permissions structure in Relativity and RelativityOne enables appropriate segregation of data to take place.
Al Park said that Control Risks is seeing an increase in mobile forensics and in the review of structured data, as well as increasing integration with cloud-based tools. RelativityOne also makes it easy to introduce other types of technology licensed through the Relativity platform.