Sky Discovery are pleased to announce that Matthew Hollings has joined the Sky Discovery team as the Head of Business Development. Matthew brings over 17years experience in legal and technology-orientated roles, with the last 10 years spent in specifically in legal practice and eDiscovery, working with lawyers in dispute, regulatory and investigation based practice areas. […]
Sky Discovery are pleased to announce the arrival of a new member to our Consulting team, Asa Simard. Asa is based in our Brisbane Office and has been travelling and working in the UK and US for the last couple of years before recently returning to Australia. He brings with him 5 years in depth […]
Sky Discovery is pleased to announce we have been awarded the RelativityFest 2020 Community Choice Innovation Award!
This award is decided by the global Relativity expert community competing against all innovation submissions across all categories. We are honoured to join the ranks of other Australian RelativityFest Innovation winners including this year’s law firm category winner Herbert Smith Freehills (Congrats guys!), Gilbert + Tobin (Developer Hackathon: Most Innovative Solution) and prior year’s winners […]
In a very short space of time, technology-assisted review (TAR) has evolved from an emerging technology to a key consideration in disclosure. It would not be a surprise if in the next few years, TAR is so ingrained that it will be an assumed part of the process for all matters. The most fundamental purpose […]
Sky Discovery, in Partnership with Hillogic, Launch an Industry first PDF Agent for Relativity’s Leading Review Platform
Sky Discovery, in partnership with Hillogic, an Australian based I.T software development company, have launched an industry first PDF agent for Relativity that allows PDFing documents for discovery on the fly. Australian federal and state practice notes default to exchanging in a PDF format. This unique solution will automatically convert documents to PDF as they […]
As you would expect, the key drivers for change were to make the system fairer, reduce costs and ultimately provide better access to justice. As with changes to conventions in any industry, technology plays a major factor in this change, but how far does it go?
Automating & Best Practice Workflows The Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety on the eve of a Four Corners program that, a year after horrifying allegations at the South Australian government-run Oakden Aged Mental Health Care, detailed more shocking examples of ill treatment. Investors have wiped almost […]
Automating and Streaming the Group Litigations Process in the UK A group litigation (also referred to as a class action in other jurisdictions) involves a number of claimants joining forces to bring a claim against one or more defendants. In the UK, these include claims by representative claimants, claims by multiple claimants managed together by […]
The significance of the latest release of Relativity 9.6 is the inclusion and integration of Active Learning within the software. What this means is that we have Assisted Review version 2.0 or, as it is more commonly known as, Active Learning.
We at Sky Discovery are great advocators of smart use of technology and nowhere is this more applicable than with the companies that may have thought (or maybe even still do think) that eDiscovery is too complex, expensive and resource intensive for them.