Our client is a full service international law firm with offices in the Midlands and London. The firm is highly regarded and is going through a period of rapid expansion. This is a new opportunity […]
Our client is an international supplier of technology to the legal sector. The company develops patented, best-in-breed document assembly & contract creation solutions for law firms and corporations and has a highly impressive list of […]
Here’s our 36th submission to the Legal Industry Video Awards. This has been entered by e-know.net and is called The cloud’s the limit: cloud-enabling your business. Its aim is to give information to medium-sized businesses on the latest cloud apps that can support growth – where it features Paul Stothard, CEO at Tees Law. Paul has used cloud computing to transform his role as CEO, accessing information on any device whether he’s working from home or in the office. This entry has been submitted in Category 3 : Vendor Marketing & Promotional Video of the Year Award – promoting the organisation, its products and its services to customers & prospects.
Here are some new legal IT events for your diaries from Tikit and Aderant – and we also ask: Do events organisers have diaries or check out what the rest of the industry is doing? The answer would seem to be “no”.
Chris Bailes and Satinder Soni of Control Risks explain the vital role played by IT professionals in the fight against major fraud. Fraud against businesses is rising at a rapid rate and losses to the UK economy are estimated to have reached £52bn(1) last year. According to the European Commission(2), over €1.1 billion of EU money has been recovered through fraudulent activities. The sheer scale and complexity of this issue can leave businesses feeling exposed.
This week’s startup is Signaturit, which is claimed to be the first e-signature solution to comply with the EU requirements for ‘advanced electronic signatures’ managed through any email client by allowing a fully legally binding, handwritten electronic signature through the likes of Microsoft Outlook, Apple Mail, Gmail and Yahoo! Mail.
HotDocs, Edinburgh & Utah-based document generation software company, just announced it has appointed Dave Lampert (pictured) as the President of its US Division. Lampert is tasked with building on the company’s previous successes and driving growth in its cloud offerings, including HotDocs Cloud Services, a hosted document-generation platform, Document Services, an SaaS application designed for small-to-medium-sized law offices, and HotDocs Market, the soon to be released marketplace for HotDocs-based legal documents.
This week’s new product upgrades and releases are from Aderant + Phoenix Business Solutions + Mitratech + DPS Software + Advanced Legal + DocSolid + Lexis Visualfiles + Nikec + BA Insight
With the ever-increasing threats of identity theft, cyber-crime and information leaks and with the upcoming new EU regulations, more firms are looking at ways to protect their data. This 20 minute webinar session will outline […]
Lots of channel news, including new alliances, new partnerships, new investments and new acquisitions featuring Chrome River & Grasp Technologies + Olympus & BigHand + Intapp & DW Reporting + Mitratech + DMGI & Ochresoft + Thomson Reuters & Neota Logic + Eclipse Legal & CRIF
Carol Sullivan, the founder/managing director of Divorce Negotiator wanted case management and legal accounts software that would help her manage and control her service as she started to build up her franchise network. This case study looks how LawFusion from Select Legal Systems was the answer to her problems.
Here’s a new case study on how AccessData recently worked with Utah-based law firm PIA Anderson Dorius Reynard & Moss LLC using Summation eDiscovery solution for collection, processing and review of ESI for an international arbitration. Working with AccessData’s team, PIA was able to complete the multi-country collection and processing of ESI in only four days.
Here’s our 35th submission to the Legal Industry Video Awards. This is is an animation video from Thomson Reuters Elite and is on the theme of Breaking Up is Hard to Do – How to Make the Switch to Elite. It is also one the few entries we’ve seen with some genuine humour (or humor as this is an American video) and using actors rather than company sales reps. This entry has been submitted in Category 3 : Vendor Marketing & Promotional Video of the Year Award – promoting the organisation, its products and its services to customers & prospects.
Two deals to report this morning: Walker Morris is going with Rekoop for time recording and Dentons are consolidating globally with LexisNexis InterAction for CRM.