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  • How Blockchain Technology Can Drive the Legal Industry Forward

    January 01, 2018 |

    A new legal structure that bestows and monitors trust must be employed. Is decentralization of traditional, gigantic central bank repositories of data the answer? Is blockchain technology the new path that the legal industry should take to sustain in the digital age? Let us consider the most significant implications of decentralized technologies to the legal industry.

  • Legal Tech
    What Microsoft's Recent Office 365 and Security Updates Mean for Legal

    November 02, 2017 |

    From New Reporting Functionality to Cross-Application Tagging and Security Features, the New Updates Aim to Round Out Office 365's Information Governance and Cybersecurity Features

    In a bid to appeal to legal professionals, Microsoft has updated Office 365 with information governance, security, and e-discovery capabilities, and encouraged legal technology integration with its platform.

  • Legal Tech
    Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks: Business Process Management and Law Firms

    October 02, 2017 |

    Though traditionally considered laggards when adopting new technology, law firms have recently started to explore new tricks to fortify performance across their organizations. While this evolution is critical to a firm's survival, it's important that firm administrators understand that substantive improvements are only possible through multi-directional change.

  • Selling the Value of Litigation Support

    September 02, 2017 |

    When it comes to practicing litigation, the use of technology is no longer optional. What is optional, however, is under which business model firms deliver this service to their clients, and how to determine which model balances the most value — to the client and the firm.

  • | Law Firm Partnership & Benefits Report

    The Evolution of the 'Virtual Law Firm'

    March 01, 2017 |

    Though 'Virtual Firms' Are on the Decline, Cloud Technology May Be Shifting the Model to Refocus on Lawyer Mobility
    The rise of cloud computing in particular has made it possible for attorneys to keep all the technology tools they need to practice on hand at all times, and eschew direct client contact and office space if so desired.

  • | Accounting And Financial Planning For Law Firms

    The Evolution of the 'Virtual Law Firm'

    February 01, 2017 |

    Though “Virtual Firms” Are on the Decline, Cloud Technology May Be Shifting the Model to Refocus on Lawyer Mobility

    While the "virtual lawyer" may be on the decline, the technology making law practices more portable and potentially more efficient has seen a surge. The rise of cloud computing in particular has made it possible for attorneys to keep all the technology tools they need to practice on hand at all times and eschew direct client contact and office space if so desired.

  • | Cybersecurity Law & Strategy

    What Lawyers Can Learn from Uber, Redux

    January 01, 2017 |

    Lawyers need to know what the client wants and how to get them there before the process starts. Just like a driver who doesn't know exactly where he's taking his riders, a lawyer who isn't totally sure what a client wants — let alone how to get them there efficiently and effectively — is likely to end up with a client who is disgruntled.

  • Highlights of 2016 and Predictions for 2017 Attract Year-End Media Interest

    November 01, 2016 |

    By guiding your colleagues and lawyers to focus on the business consequences of timely legal issues, you introduce them to reporters as sources whose opinions and predictions will be quoted in these look-back and look-ahead review stories that executives and prospective clients will be reading to gear up for the new year.