CHICAGO – April 26, 2016 – A Chicago-based Reed Smith team consisting of partners Michelle Moore and Arnie Grant, and associates Morley Fortier and Michelle Arvans – along with Philadelphia-based partner Ryan Meadows – assisted firm client kCura, developer of e-discovery software Relativity, in kCura’s recent acquisition of Content Analyst Company, LLC.
Content Analyst is not only a well-known text analytics technology company, but is also the developer of the CAAT® analytics engine. The acquisition of Content Analyst represents a strategic move by kCura, allowing it to more quickly meet the growing needs of the e-discovery market.
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