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The February Legal IT Insider newsletter is out now!

Welcome to the latest issue of the Legal IT Insider newsletter (February 2014, issue 270) • TOP STORY: Is the English Law Society planning a monopoly legal IT deal? We examine the Legal Software Suppliers Association’s concerns that whoever pays the most money will be awarded a secretive preferred supplier deal. Will this be a re-run of the HSSK and REGIS disasters?

Welcome to the latest issue of the Legal IT Insider newsletter (February 2014, issue 270)DOWNLOAD HERE

TOP STORIES INCLUDE:

TOP STORY: Is the English Law Society planning a monopoly legal IT deal? We examine the Legal Software Suppliers Association’s concerns that whoever pays the most money will be awarded a secretive preferred supplier deal. Will this be a re-run of the HSSK and REGIS disasters?

Who’s In & Who’s Out: All this month’s wins, deals, swapouts & rollouts from the UK (including the Bar) United States, EMEA, APAC and the Rest of the World

What’s Hot & What’s Not? We unveil the 2014 Insider UK Top 200 Chart to reveal who are the key legal IT vendors
+ in our analysis split the market between the Large Law and Mid-Tier sectors – See also online story tomorrow!

In our comments section: Insider editor Charles Christian asks whether the English Law Society now permanently lives in legal IT La La Land ? + well known legal business consultant George Beaton sends in his dispatch from New York on NewLaw and the lessons of ReInvent Law and Heenan Blaikie

Fresh on the Radar this month features Sprout IT + UK ediscovery business 7Safe + legal analytics pioneers Lex Machina

And Dilbert where his pointy-headed boss is willing to kill or cannibalize the company’s best businesses

 

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