Here’s a new case study from Oyez Services on the reason why London law firm Wiseman Lee LLP swapped out its existing electronic legal forms package “Gradually, over the years, the relationship drifted slightly, prices increased and levels of service were not as keen as they’d previously been…” in favour of OyezForms.
We’ve got artists in the gallery and artists in the Supreme Court and vintage computers for you in Georgia.
Epiq Systems is hosting a seminar on the impact of the recent changes to the civil procedure rules relating to costs, which came into force on 1 April 2013. The panel, featuring Master Colin Campbell, Senior Costs Judge; Michael Bacon, Costs Lawyer and Director of A&M Bacon Associates Limited; Vince Neicho, Litigation Support Manager at Allen & Overy, and Professor Dominic Regan, adviser to LJ Sir Rupert Jackson, will provide practical advice upon how best to ensure compliance with the rules.
eDiscovery Senior Project Manager – London – £50,000
UK law firm Blake Lapthorn (number #59 on the Insider Top 200 chart) has selected Peppermint Technology for its next generation practice and case management software. The move will see it swapping out its IRIS Legal Videss accounts/PMS and LexisNexis Visualfiles case management software.
BigHand has appointed Eric Wangler as President of its U.S. and Canadian business units. Mr. Wangler joins BigHand with over 15 years of experience in the legal vertical marketplace, most recently with global company, Ricoh, where he was Vice President of Ricoh America’s legal vertical segment.
MJM Limited, one of Bermuda’s leading legal services firms, has launched its blog, the Bermuda Law Blog at www.bermudalawblog.bm The Bermuda Law Blog focuses on new and interesting issues emerging in Bermuda’s legal sphere. It is multi-dimensional, featuring information and commentary on trends and topics relevant to Bermuda, including policy developments, cases, legislative changes and posts of general legal interest.
Two new events for your diaries: a webinar on ediscovery on the 9th April and the ITechLaw World Technology Law Conference in Arizona on 1st-to-3rd May
Consider, if you will, a small irony. While PDF was conceived as a universal document format, for many reasons, organisations haven’t been able to make it available on every desk, reducing the broader deployment of this very useful ‘universal’ solution.
We know we’ve been ignoring the sci-fi fans among our readers, so here is something for you. It’s the winner of this year’s Jameson Empire (Magazine) Done In 60 Seconds award for a remake of popular movies in just, er, 60 seconds. The winner is Philip Haskins with his version of “Blade Runner” reimagined as a 1940s film noir.
Question: what does Tristan da Cunha, one of the remotest islands on the planet, have to do with ediscovery? Read on…
Law firm Meade King has gone live with SOS Connect for integrated case management, marketing and legal accounting to support its commitment to delivering cost-efficiency, partner contact and a specialised service.
Peppermint looking for a highly skilled, flexible and dynamic developer to own the continuous development and improvement of scripts for migrations. These scripts enable migrations from legacy systems in to a new CRM Application. Reporting and strong SQL Server skills will be required. If candidates have any knowledge of Dynamics CRM implementation or data validation testing it would be highly beneficial.
We’ve a couple of social media and business development links you should definitely check out. The first is from CubeSocial who have an excellent ebook providing 50 tips on how to be brilliant at the basics of social media – not only what you should do but also what you should avoid blogging and tweeting about. And One North Interactive have produced a great blog post on the Top 10 Website No-Nos
Trade union and personal injury firm, Morrish Solicitors, with four branches in Leeds, Bradford, Pudsey and Yeadon and a total staff approaching three figures, talks about its existing tape backup system was struggling to keep pace with its data demands – and how it moved to an alternative solution.