Welcome to the latest issue of the Legal IT Insider newsletter (October 2015 #287)

TOP STORIES INCLUDE:

• Norton Rose Fulbright to roll out Neota Logic as innovation takes hold

• Artificial Intelligence in Law – The State of Play in 2015 by Michael Mills

• No NetDocuments – No Comment – Financial Times in-house legal sign up for cloud DMS

• Kingfisher legal team trial GC Hub amid tech overhaul

• Thomson Reuters and Business Integrity – the plan so far

• Roper Technologies – a good fit and a “permanent home” for Aderant?

• Reckitt Benckiser rolls out i-Contact & launches The Academy

• New Event: Legal Leaders IT – the return of legal tech to Gleneagles

• Now we are 20: we celebrate twenty years of the Orange Rag reporting on legal tech – all the way from green-screen Unix to AI

• 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: including Simon Kosminsky at Mishcon de Reya and Casey Flaherty at Dentons NextLaw Labs

• Quote of the Month: “There are high prices to pay for being too proud (or lazy) to learn how the Internet, social media, and that box on your desk work.”

By popular request, we’ve also reintroduced a flip-book version of the newsletter, that offers print, sharing, bookmarking and full-screen viewing capability. (Because it uses HTML5 rather than Flash, it is Android and iOS smartphone & tablet friendly.)

 

 

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Our next issue (No #288 – November & December) will be out on Wednesday 9 December 2015