Talking Tech & Videos
Talking Tech with Charles Christian: Business Transformation through eBilling – comparing and contrasting the US & UK experiences
In our latest Talking Tech video, Charles Christian leads a discussion on eBilling, comparing and contrasting the experiences of the legal sector in the United States, with those of law firms and inhouse legal teams in the UK and Europe. The panelists are Julia Chain, an independent consultant to general counsel and a former GC of T-Mobile, Martin English, the head of sales for Thomson Reuters Serengeti for the UK & EMEA, and Rob Gitel, the director of sales for Thomson Reuters Serengeti in the United States
In our latest Talking Tech video, Charles Christian catches up with BigHand at the recent Inside Legal IT tradeshow. He first talks to client services director Ben Jennings about the company’s move beyond transcription into the broader world of document production, and then it is over head of new business David Jones to discuss the company’s latest products, including the Smart Notes system which integrates speech recognition with file notes and document management.
Talking Tech: Jan Van Hoecke of RAVN Systems on their move into Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Lawyers
In our latest Talking Tech video, Jan Van Hoecke, the CTO and co-founder of RAVN Systems, talks to Charles Christian about the company’s evolution from the enterprise search sector and emergence as a provider of AI (artificial intelligence) and “cognitive computing” solutions for lawyers.
Talking Tech: James Moeskops of Millnet introducing the company’s latest products – DocBuster and MedBrief
In our latest Talking Tech video, James Moeskops, the managing director of Millnet, talks to Charles Christian about the newest additions to the company’s service portfolio – DocBuster and MedBrief – two software products designed to address niche problems law firms face on a daily basis, namely a cost effective and efficient way to batch print emails and other documents in a chronological order with slip sheets, plus a secure and tested way for lawyers to share highly confidential patient records with experts and other third parties on clinical negligence and similar matters.
Talking Tech: Patrick Hurley of Thomson Reuters Elite on Business Development and Customer Development.
Our video interview programme Talking Tech is back for a new series and we start with Patrick Hurley, the VP of Customer Advocacy at Thomson Reuters Elite in London, who is talking about Elite’s new Business Development system, how it differs from earlier CRM software and why bizdev is now so important to law firms. Did you know that with traditional CRM systems, over 60% of the data they contain is out of date within just six months?
Nuix has just launched version 6.2 of its product suite. The new version delivers new features and capabilities across the Nuix Engine, Nuix’s eDiscovery and Investigator products, collection technologies, and Director and Web Review & Analytics web applications. PLUS we have a video featuring Nuix CTO Stephen Stewart explaining how you can take control of processing tasks with a new distributed worker framework, and streamline your workflows with free Equivio-like email threading, a search and tag tab, and powerful new analytics…
BigHand’s iPad app, BigHand Go, has been recognised as one of the most innovative entries in the Best Business Mobile App category at The Inquirer’s (a UK tech zine M’Lud) first ever Tech Hero Awards. You’ve got until 17th April to vote for your favourite products – and BigHand say “Please let it be us!”
Time capture specialist Rekoop has launched a series of video shorts to help fee earners and managers get a better feel for next-generation time recording software.
Welcome to the latest issue of the Legal IT Insider newsletter (January 2015 # 279). Our top stories include: DMS for Law Firms: the state of the market in 2015 – After so many stories from the SharePoint Fan Club and the ShareWhatsThePoint Doubters, we’ve thrown the Insider open to every legal document management systems supplier with a pulse to set out their stalls. We’ve got Microsoft. We’ve got Epona. We’ve got HP WorkSite, NetDocuments and Worldox. And we’ve even got news of a new entrant into the legal DMS market: MetaJure Smart.
In our latest Talking Tech, I’m talking to Keith Lipman, the president and co-founder of Prosperoware LLC, about the concept of Legal Process Management (LPM) and how his company’s Umbria software can help law firms and corporate legal teams address the practice management pressures of the “New Law” era. We’ll also be hearing from Keith about the “LPM Maturity Model” his team have developed. This provides a client-focused framework to guide lawyers through the different aspects of budgeting, project management and matter progress monitoring in a way existing billing, BI and practice management systems have consistently failed to deliver.
Welcome to the fifth and final episode in our new video series Talking Tech with Charles Christian. The theme for this series is Time Recording/Time Capture Technology for Law Firms and this week we are talking to Kaye Sycamore, the Regional Vice President, International, of Intapp Inc – the Intapp Time application is one of the two giants of the global time capture market.
Our independent panel of judges – Melissa Davis, Jobst Elster, David Gilroy, Kim Tasso and Kate McKittrick – have cast their votes and we now have our winners for the Legal Industry Video Awards 2014. Here are the winning videos in each of the eight categories plus links to the runners-up.
Welcome to the fourth episode in our new video series Talking Tech with Charles Christian. The theme for this series is Time Recording/Time Capture Technology for Law Firms and this week we are talking to Fraser Mayfield, the product director of Lexis One, the new practice management systems from LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions.
Kroll Ontrack, a provider of data recovery and ediscovery products and services, just announced its 12th annual list of the top 10 data disasters from 2014. For the last 12 years, Kroll Ontrack has been collecting and publishing a list of the toughest physical and logical failures from its offices around the globe. Says Paul Le Messurier, Programme & Operations Manager at Kroll Ontrack. “Kroll Ontrack applies its state-of-the-art data recovery services and proprietary data recovery software to recover from all types of deleted, corrupt, missing, or inaccessible data loss. We’ve truly seen it all but never give up hope.”
Welcome to the third episode in our new video series Talking Tech with Charles Christian. The theme for this series is Time Recording/Time Capture Technology for Law Firms and this week we are talking to Daniel Garcia, a co-founder and the CTO of Bellefield Systems, best known in this market for its iTimeKeep solution.
Welcome to the second episode in our new video series Talking Tech with Charles Christian. The theme for this series is Time Recording/Time Capture Technology for Law Firms and this week we are talking to Phil Wedgwood, the CEO of Rekoop. In subsequent episodes we’ll also be hearing from Bellefield, LexisNexis and Intapp. This video runs for just under 14 minutes however the platform we are using has a DvD-like menu system so you can easily locate and jump between individual ‘chapters’ rather than have to fast-forward/rewind to find the sections you want to view again.
Time to meet the judges, who we have selected because of their long experience and understanding of legal industry media and marketing matters. In strictly alphabetical order we have Melissa Davis, Jobst Elster, David Gilroy, Kate McKittrick and Kim Tasso, with Insider editor Charles Christian (in strictly non-alphabetical order) acting as the chair of the judging panel to count up the votes and break-up any fights.
Finally we come to the nominations in the Legal Industry Video Awards Category 8 : Ediscovery Video of the Year Award. We have a total of seven entries in this category.
Here are the nominations in Category 7 of the Legal Industry Video Awards: The Best Use of Animation – we were pleasantly surprised by the number of organisations using animation, so we created a special category just for them! We have 20 nominations in this category.
Time for the nominations in Category 6 of the Legal Industry Video Awards: Legal or Vendor Event Video of the Year Award – conferences, seminars, user-group meetings, speeches & keynotes. This category, for which we have six nominations, recognises the practical difficulties associated with capturing these events.
Here are the nominations in Category 5 of the Legal Industry Video Awards: Legal or Vendor Informational Video of the Year Award – designed to educate & inform external audiences, such as clients, customers & prospects, on current trends, developments and issues. This category, for which we have 12 nominations, can include interviews and talks.
With our next category in the Legal Industry Video Awards – Category 4 : Vendor Training & Educational Video of the Year Award – designed to help customers use the organisation’s products and services, we have just three entries so we can move straight into listing them all as finalists.
This is the big one, the nominations for Category 3 of the Legal Industry Video Awards: Vendor Marketing & Promotional Video of the Year Award – promoting the organisation, its products and its services to customers & prospects, with a massive 32 entries.