Welcome to the latest issue of the Legal IT Insider newsletter (February 2015 # 280)


• The English Law Society endorses Eclipse – after a rigorous assessment of, er, just 6 vendors!

• Forget the Bar, it’s eBay for English courts, maybe – a new report from a working party chaired by Richard Susskind suggests Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) is the way to increase access to justice and streamline the civil courts process.

• Ediscovery: time to say “goodbye” to predictive coding – and “hello” to predictive pricing

• Who’s In & Who’s Out? – All this month’s wins, deals, swapouts & rollouts in the UK, North American, EMEA, APAC and eDiscovery sectors including Berwin Leighton Paisner goes with Lexis Draft + Iridium Technology sells its BI platform into 24 firms in 12 months + Handshake Software is doing interesting stuff with SharePoint (but it is not with DMS) + Corrs Chambers Westgarth goes with DMS in the cloud as NetDocuments gears up in the Australian market + going virtual with Veeam at TWM Solicitors and ANS at Kennedys + Charles Russell Speechlys drop OpenText for HP WorkSite (no surprise there then).



• Your invitation to our new Inside Legal IT tradeshow – what’s on + how to get in + meet the latest exhibitors Tikit: + BigHand + SDLT – To register for a ticket email registrations@tavistockmedia.com or call +44(0)20 7993 8455


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Our next issue will be out on Wednesday 25 March 2015