As Relativity branches out from e-discovery, it hasn’t entirely forgotten its roots. On Tuesday, it announced a partnership with Cellebrite to deliver mobile device data directly into its Relativity and RelativityOne e-discovery platforms through a new platform created by Cellebrite called Legalview.

“Both Relativity and Cellebrite are market leaders in their own right … but a lot of clients have asked for this [integration],” said Relativity’s director of strategic partnerships and developer experience Drew Deitch. He added that the companies started discussing the product and partnership earlier this year during ALM’s Legaltech New York conference.

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