In our latest Talking Tech, I’m talking to Keith Lipman, the president and co-founder of Prosperoware LLC, about the concept of Legal Process Management (LPM) and how his company’s Umbria software can help law firms and corporate legal teams address the practice management pressures of the “New Law” era. We’ll also be hearing from Keith about the “LPM Maturity Model” his team have developed. This provides a client-focused framework to guide lawyers through the different aspects of budgeting, project management and matter progress monitoring in a way existing billing, BI and practice management systems have consistently failed to deliver.
Associate editor Caroline Hill reports… Thomson Reuters has drawn together a heavyweight in-house legal consultation board to help inform the direction of the company’s products and services for the UK’s corporate legal sector. The 10-strong board includes Lloyds Banking Group’s deputy general counsel (GC) Kate Cheetham, Barclays’ deputy GC Michael Shaw, Carillion’s director of legal services and company secretary Richard Tapp and British Gas’ GC Justine Campbell.
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When: Tuesday 12th May 2015 – Where: Tobacco Dock, London
About the Event: Inside Legal IT is the brainchild of Legal IT Insider’s editor, Charles Christian, and Tavistock Media. Its aim is to provide a forum for the Legal IT community to come together and explore the current products and services on the market face to face in a unique environment. No “usual suspects” and no distracting conference sessions. It will be pure tradeshow with an audience drawn from a diverse range of people from mid-tier and top tier firms from across the UK and not the usual suspects that attend most of the events in the legal technology space. The event will have no conference element and is purely about giving vendors the opportunity to tell law firms how their technology can help their operations. As a result the attendees will not be distracted by conference sessions or talks and will simply be there to talk tech and learn about solutions.
A unique and exciting opportunity has arisen for a talented Project Manager to join an innovative and forward thinking global law firm. With experience of software based change projects in the legal or professional services […]
Contract or Permanent considered. Excellent opportunity for a skilled IT trainer to join an innovative global firm to support a firm wide case management systems implementation. With experience in the design and delivery of case […]
Here’s a new case study from Linetime on why Top 100 UK law firm Michelmores LLP has gone with the Linetime Liberate suite of applications.
DocsCorp, (www.docscorp.com) a provider of document productivity software for document management professionals, just claimed that over 50% of the UK’s Top 100 law firms were now using DocsCorp’s suite of applications to manage document production and distribution. This growing trend is not isolated to the UK. The recently published ILTA 2014 Technology Survey also shows DocsCorp making significant gains in the North American legal market as a strong alternative to Adobe Acrobat and Workshare.
Our Client is a leading Global Law Firm. Due to continued expansion and improvement of the IT infrastructure our client is now looking for a Network and Security Architect. As Network and Security Architect you […]
Our Client is a leading Global Law Firm. Due to continued expansion and improvement of the IT infrastructure our client is now looking for an Infrastructure Architect. As Infrastructure Architect you will be responsible for […]
Week 3 of 2015 and here come our third and fourth legal IT acquisitions of the New Year although this time they are both of companies within the ediscovery sector – namely Equivio and Xact Data. And still in the ediscovery sector, we also have news of a rebranding following an acquisition in the fall of last year…
Associate editor Caroline Hill reports… Top 40 UK law firm Fieldfisher is rolling out the Proclaim Debt Recovery Software solution and time recording platform throughout its debt recovery team in what is being described as significant win for Eclipse Legal Systems. Fieldfisher’s debt recovery team is headed by Robert Surridge, who joined the 388-lawyer firm’s Manchester office in May 2014 from another firm that also used Proclaim.
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