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The March 2017 issue of the Legal IT Insider is out now

Welcome to the latest issue of the Legal IT Insider newsletter – March 2017 – Issue #301. Top stories include… End of an era as Tikit and iManage part ways after 15 years: customers exit stage left to applause from Tikit competitors + In-house Legal: Barclays invests in new tech to rationalise bank’s external legal spend – one law firm has now had its invoice rejected 47 times! + Big Law: Slaughter and May has stake in AI business & Freshfields launch innovation group + Gleneagles Legal Leaders Forum: we have a full report on what corporate clients think about law firms + Mike Lynch on investing in Machine Learning tech companies: the real world is full of “noise” – non-meaningful data

Welcome to the latest issue of the Legal IT Insider newsletter – March 2017 – Issue #301

TOP STORIES INCLUDE:

• End of an era as Tikit and iManage part ways after 15 years: customers exit stage left to applause from Tikit competitors

• In-house Legal: Barclays invests in new tech to rationalise bank’s external legal spend – one law firm has now had its invoice rejected 47 times! + Smiths Group going for “People then Tech” transformation

• Big Law: Slaughter and May has stake in AI business + Freshfields launches global associate innovation group

• Gleneagles Legal Leaders Forum: we have a full report on what corporate clients think about law firms

• Mike Lynch on investing in Machine Learning tech companies – the real world is full of “noise” – non-meaningful data

• Quote/Unquote: “People always tell you it’s all big change, it’s going to be different and it’s wonderful and then there’s a next wave and something will come along with a three-letter acronym that you’re supposed to buy.” …Mike Lynch

PLUS your favourites…

• Who’s in and Who’s out: all the latest wins and deals from around the UK, American, APAC and EMEA legal markets.

• Movers & Shakers: who is coming, who is going – and who has gone.

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Our next issue (No #302 – April) will be out on Wednesday 26 April 2017