Here’s our 8th submission to the Legal Industry Video Awards. This has been entered by LexisNexis Business of Law Software Solutions in the United States. The company describe’s the video’s objective is “To visually articulate the myriad of challenges attorneys face in their daily routine vis-a-vis LexisNexis Time Matters.”
A top 50 law firm are currently seeking a Reports Analyst to join their Knowledge, Information & Data team. Liaising between the business, finance & technology, you will be responsible for the planning, design, development […]
An excellent opportunity has arisen to join a top 50 firm within their Knowledge, Information & Data team. As a highly skilled Business Analyst, you will be focusing on Business Intelligence and MI, adopting structured […]
A top 50 law firm are currently looking to recruit a Systems Support Analyst to work within their Knowledge, Information & Data team. The team are responsible for supporting and driving Business Intelligence & MI […]
Here’s details of some legal IT and ediscovery events taking place over the next couple of months… EDRM, the standards organization for the ediscovery market has announced two upcoming events: Second Annual Electronic Discovery Conference […]
Organisations are waking up to the need to deploy better encryption techniques to their data, but better security can have a sting in the tail in the event of a litigation or regulatory request, writes John Shaw*, Director, Digital Forensics at Consilio.
Leading African law firm Webber Wentzel has deployed BigHand’s digital dictation technology to enhance its document production processes, improving productivity and efficiency. The BigHand solution is providing visibility of workloads across departments and, in doing so, is transforming the way in which transcription work is shared. It is improving the turnaround time for the creation of legal documents.
Sabina Smith, a LexisNexis news service editor turned artist, has sent in the following message “I am organising an Open Art Exhibition in September, so now am calling for artists to submit their work. I know there are many lawyers who dabble in the arts (and not just the dark ones) so it would be great to see if any will expose their inner talent to the outside world.” You can find out more about the exhibition (there is a £1500 first prize) here http://londonlegalsupporttrust.org.uk/our-events/just-art-2014/
So video may have killed the radio star, as Buggles once sang back in 1979 – but is telephone cold calling and email spam now killing direct marketing? I ask because over the past six months I’ve noticed a huge increase in the number of people signing up for the Insider newsletter using anonymous/generic Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo email accounts.
Two new cases studies – courtesy of LexisNexis Practice Management in Australia. The topics are: How Sparke Helmore developed an innovative solution to increase efficiency within the firm and improved client engagement and delivery on critical projects Sparke Helmore Visualfiles Case Study + How King Cain improved productivity, saved time and increased profitability
On the next webinar in the series, discover how RAVN Connect for Microsoft SharePoint 2013 makes your data more valuable by offering you a broad range of content enrichment options. Using worked examples of autotagging […]
Four new legal and ediscovery-related apps have hit our deasktop in the last few days from @LegalDiscovery + Smart WebParts + Morton Fraser + AirHelp
Time for another round-up of legal IT industry channel news, this week featuring Converge Technology Specialists, Andy Stokes, David Gallagher, DocuSign, Tikit, Databarracks, Albion Ventures and Egress Software…
Here’s our 7th submission to the Legal Industry Video Awards. This has been entered by Palo Alto-based international legal systems vendor Intapp Inc. The company says “To highlight and honor our growing customer community, each year we host a wine tasting event. The centerpiece of which are custom engraved bottles with each client’s logo. This video tells the story.” This entry has been submitted to Category 6 : Legal or Vendor Event Video of the Year Award.
With litigation funding in the news in the UK following what The Lawyer magazine describes as “the Excalibur fiasco” and the Association of Litigation Funders struggling to bring some order to the market, it is interesting to see a US technology start-up went live last month with the aim of streamlining the litigation funding process for law firms, funders and claimants alike.