Leading Swiss law firm Walder Wyss has rolled out iManage Knowledge Unlocked, meaning it now has a better understanding of how members of the firm are using its knowledge management system, what searches they are carrying out, and where the gaps are in their library, which looks set to inform the firm’s knowledge management strategy.
A new website that will help legal professionals to find legal tech products and solutions across the globe launches today (13 October), founded by husband and wife Nicola (Nikki) Shaver and Chris Ford, who work at Paul Hastings and ZERØ respectively.
Wilson Allen has acquired UK-founded software training services business Capensys to help law firms accelerate and improve user adoption and IT change management, we can reveal.
Tiger Eye has rolled out a raft of new or enhanced features to its knowledge management platform Blueprint, including a new Blueprint knowledge portal, plus the ability to collate search bundles that can be shared as hyperlinks with colleagues. Advanced search tracking also helps KM teams to identify gaps in their libraries.
“Kelley Drye & Warren LLP was founded in 1836, and the firm has endured many natural and man-made disasters over its long history. However, none of our past experiences prepared us for the spontaneous operational transformation we would have to make in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.” Kelley Drye’s CIO Judi Flournoy tells us how the firmwide deployment of DocuSign was at the centre of the firm’s transformation.
While not legal tech, we think this falls into the ‘need to know’ category. Following reports over the weekend of a violent knife attack at a law firm in September, and following her letter to the Prime Minister regarding his recent anti-lawyer comments, Amanda Pinto QC, Chair of the Bar Council, which represent all barristers in England and Wales, has issued a further statement today (12 October) demanding a public apology.
Legal sector product design and development company Theory and Principle rolled out www.readthefingdirections.com last week in partnership with Spread the Vote, a non-profit working to increase voter turnout.
In this live and interactive webinar with BigHand and some of their clients, we will discuss what firms are doing to streamline their workflow, trends that are emerging and the benefits they are seeing.
The UK Crown Prosecution Service annual figures show that it has recorded 1,627 data breaches over the entirety of the 2019-20 financial year, up from 1,378 in the previous financial year, according to a new report out this week.
In this webinar we have a great scoop and new product demo combined!
Lionbridge discussed its new go-to-market and product partnership with Gravity Stack (Reed Smith’s legal tech subsidiary). Gravity Stack developed Lionbridge’s new Relativity Translator app and the pair are working on a joint “AI for Contracts” offering.
Eigen Technologies continues to build out its C-suite as it looks to scale the business, with the appointment of Spyros Karageorgis as its first chief financial officer and Tony Ehrens as its new chief revenue officer.
In day two of its virtual Elevate conference, NetDocuments focused on the APAC region and customer success stories, as well as the highly anticipated keynote from CTO Alvin Tedjamulia. Highlights included its customer awards – guess who won? Plus, announcements around its scholarship fund; its new workspace analytics capability, and oh yes, did we mention Alvin’s speech.
Full service UK law firm Lanyon Bowdler has swapped out its sunsetted mid-tier Thomson Reuters Elite Envision product for one-stop-shop document, case and legal accounting software PracticeEvolve after a comprehensive pitch process. Martyn Wells has been retained as implementation consultant.
Leading independent Finnish law firm Borenius has gone live on the iManage Cloud and according to iManage, Borenius is the first law firm in Finland to adopt the cloud for its work product management.
Deloitte has spun out its contract lifecycle management (CLM) software offering, Arteria AI, which was formerly known as dTrax, into a standalone business.
LexisNexis has launched new Market Standards guidance, which aggregates and visualises the data from publicly filed transactions to date, to enable attorneys to make more educated decisions on future deals.
Clifford Chance has completed a proof of concept in Singapore with knowledge management platform Intelllex, which after four and a half years of training its algorithm, automates categorisation and retrieves documents based on context, not just key word search.
Fergus Wilson, CTO at Repstor, says that the revolutionary new AI-for-everyone promises a new level of smart content services, and in the legal world it will make light work of analysis & processing incoming documentation The buzz around Microsoft’s Project Cortex is gathering significant momentum now, between its soft launch a while back at Inspire […]
Isabel Parker, former chief legal innovation officer and head of knowledge at Freshfields, is nominated for the European Women of Legal Tech award, celebrating female contribution to legal tech. Here Parker, who is now non-executive director of Panoram, talks to Legal IT Insider editor Caroline Hill about the importance of community; whether we need ‘womens’ awards’; how well we are doing on the innovation curve; and what advice she has for other women wanting to succeed in the sector.
In this webinar we have a great scoop and new product demo combined! Lionbridge will discuss its new go-to-market and product partnership with Gravity Stack (Reed Smith’s legal tech subsidiary). Gravity Stack developed Lionbridge’s new Relativity Translator app and the pair are working on a joint “AI for Contracts” offering.