Today, Ulmer will host the first meeting of the Cincinnati Relativity User Group. Relativity User Groups allow members of the eDiscovery platform’s community to meet and share knowledge and best practices in their hometowns.
As members of the city’s steering committee, Ulmer Partners Megan Gramke and Jeffrey Schaefer and Litigation Support Manager Heather Lansberry played a significant role in getting a Relativity User Group based in Cincinnati.
Today’s meeting will center on the use of Relativity for investigations and offer two Relativity Continuing Education credits towards Relativity Certified Administrator, Certified User, Analytics Specialist, and Assisted Review certifications.
Ulmer is adept at efficiently and effectively handling eDiscovery matters for its clients, and uses Relativity in-house at the firm. Relativity, the premier eDiscovery platform, is part of an overall eDiscovery technology solution at Ulmer that allows the firm to provide world-class results at a lower cost than what clients could expect to pay an outside vendor for similar services.