Esquify Partners with kCura to offer Reviewer Analytics App for Relativity

Esquify Partners with kCura to offer Reviewer Analytics App for Relativity

Esquify, the eDiscovery innovator using machine learning technology to supervise lawyers who review documents from their home, remote offices- or in office, has become the newest ecosystem partner of kCura, developers of the eDiscovery software Relativity.  READ MORE! 

With the launch of its Reviewer Command Center™, Esquify joins kCura’s dynamic global network of more than 40 Relativity developer partners that offer best-in-breed integrations and highly customized products... 

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How legal tech exemplifies Chicago’s digital economy readiness

How legal tech exemplifies Chicago’s digital economy readiness

How prepared is Chicago to fully participate on the burgeoning digital economy?

Esquify founders and co-CEOs, Drew Stern and Scott Y. Stuart, Esq., sought to answer this question in a recent piece featured in the Illinois State Bar Association Newsletter by focusing on several factors that are driving Chicago's leadership in legal tech: Connectivity, Talent, Industry Specialization and Quality of Life.  

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Esquify featured in Crain's Chicago Business!

Esquify featured in Crain's Chicago Business!

Check it out! Esquify was recently featured in Crain's Chicago Business: Innovator's Column!

"The software can analyze how many contract lawyers are needed to complete a project more accurately than Esquify's competitors, allowing it to underbid rivals while still turning a profit," so says the feature, out in this week's addition, on how Esquify is helping clients save time and money through tech. 

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Federal Rule 26 and You: The Power and Pitfalls of Amended FRCP 26

Federal Rule 26 and You: The Power and Pitfalls of Amended FRCP 26

Scott Y. Stuart, Esquify's Founder and co-CEO, recently shared thoughts on the changes to Federal Rule 26 and how it impacts Discovery.


We all recognize that technology has changed the way we litigate. Recent changes to FRCP 26 speaks to how crucial technology is becoming to litigation. It addresses issues such as data maintenance, cooperation and cost which may impact your firm. 

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