Extract from Zach Warren's article "Relativity Fest to Move Virtual for 2020 Conference"
Relativity announced Tuesday that its user conference Relativity Fest, which has become a yearly gathering for e-discovery professionals, is set to move online this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. And with the move, it’s making the conference’s educational content available for free.
The dates for the conference will remain the same, taking place between Sept. 21-23. The content will be presented in a mix of live sessions and on-demand content, the company said on its blog post announcing the change.
“We’ll do our best to make sure content is easy to consume in this digital format—helping you strike a balance between finding that rich, immersive experience you expect from Relativity Fest, without pressuring you to feel glued to your computer for hours at a time,” wrote Relativity chief operating officer Nick Robertson.
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