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CDS Sponsors the First Episode of Relativity’s New Uncivil Procedure Podcast!
August 15, 2018
Uncivil Procedure

Are you, like many of us, a podcast fanatic? In the legal tech space, there are few podcasts that cover relevant topics with a playful and informative energy. Today, our partners at Relativity launched the first episode of their Uncivil Procedure podcast, with sponsorship by our experts here at CDS. It’s another of many firsts for us in this partnership, following our history as the first Orange-Level Best in Service Relativity Partner and our status as a RelativityOne Certified Partner, with innovation and collaboration at the core of our efforts.

We had a great time on our first listen, as Relativity’s David Horrigan, Constantine Pappas, Julie Huner, Danny Pelc, and Anna Siroonian are joined by guest Tim Kennedy of McDermott Will & Emery LLP to discuss the topic of innovation, ranging from cases like Carpenter v. United States and LabMD, Inc. v. FTC to Hot Wheels cars and ‘90s one-hit-wonder pop sensation Aqua. From the copyright of Mike Tyson’s facial tattoo to theoretical innovations in legal technology that may debut in 2028, everything is explored with a thorough examination and a healthy dose of good humor. Listen, learn, and laugh along with us as our partners in Relativity embark on a new journey.

Looking for more innovation and insight? Reach out to the experts at CDS to discuss how we can maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of your eDiscovery

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