In today’s people news we feature legal IT and ediscovery new recruits and promotions in the US and UK at NetDocuments + e-know.net + Iris Data Services + Shepherd Data Services + Litéra
This week sees the launch of a new social media style platform for legal research, discussion and debate. Called My Learned Friend, it provides the ability for users to search for basic legal research information on an enquiry specific basis, then rate, comment on and add to the knowledge base for the benefit of the wider legal community.
Time for another round-up of new products from around the legal IT world from RAVN Systems + BAInsight + Red Rain Corporation + ETSOS + DocsCorp + IronBox + Mimecast…
Here’s our 16th submission to the Legal Industry Video Awards. This has been entered by Bellefield Systems and sets out the company’s belief in the need for mobile, record-anywhere time capture systems such as iTimeKeep. Co-founder and President Gabriela Isturitz adds “We are driven by passion and the beliefs in the science of simplicity. Committed to building mobile apps that attorneys want to use.”
RightFile Breakfast Event: Legal Project Management Technologies www.rightfile.com.au Friday 16 May 2014 7.30 am Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney Tickets are selling fast. Great speakers. No sponsors or vendor presentations. Just objective analysis and stories of […]
Before you pack up for Easter, here are a couple of events from BIALL and Iridium you might want to put in your diaries…
Catalyst Repository Systems just announced that the head of its South Korea office, Youngsoo Park, is the co-author with Jeongho Yoo of a just-published Korean-language book about e-discovery for business leaders. The book What Every Business Person Should Know about eDiscovery, provides a comprehensive overview of all aspects of e-discovery.
Here’s our latest round-up of legal, ediscovery and legal IT sector apps. We’ve got paperless depositions from eDepoze + mobile DMS from Worldox + conveyancing from Red Rain in Australia + employment & benefits law from Mayer Brown + a UK guide to legal places from LexisNexis + Android time recording from Smart WebParts
QUICK FACTS Protected platforms –VMware esxi 5.1, Windows 2008 R2 Exchange 2010, SQL Server 2005, progress database Data Protected – client files and confidential information Competitors – Veeam, NetApp Challenges – Multiple geographical locations, incumbent […]
Our client develops applications for the professional services sector and are looking for a Migration Consultant who will be responsible for helping customers migrate their data from their existing legacy system to the new application […]
Our client is a Global Law Firm who is looking to recruit a Messaging Administrator to work at their London offices. The Messaging Administrator will possess advanced knowledge and proven experience of working within an […]
Here’s our 15th submission to the Legal Industry Video Awards. This has been entered by Lawdingo to exlain the company’s goal of making it more convenient and affordable for users to connect with a lawyer. Users can search the site and browse profiles based on a lawyer’s location and expertise, then schedule an appointment or talk to them right then. Lawdingo can instantly connect users with a relevant lawyer by phone.
Work has now started on the April issue of the Legal IT Insider newsletter (no #272) which will be published Tuesday 29 April. The deadline for all advertising and editorial content is close of business Thursday 24 April. Thank you!
More bad news for The Law Society of England & Wales as this time their warnings about the risks of lawful interception by intelligence agencies if they use Cloud services comes under fire.
An industry leading software provider is currently seeking a highly skilled Software Engineer to join their team in Cheshire. The organisation provide an innovative and progressive environment for individuals wishing to work within an Agile […]