Global top 10 law firm Hogan Lovells announced today (6 May) that it has entered into an enterprise agreement with transaction management platform Legatics, having seen its use grow over the course of the past year.
The new agreement will allow Hogan Lovells and Legatics to continue to grow the use of the transaction management platform across the firm’s global offices.
Katja Ullrich-North, global head of knowledge management at Hogan Lovells told Legal IT Insider: “We’ve been working with Legatics over a year now and this press release marks our first enterprise licence. We’ve seen usage significantly grow over the course of the relationship and have built up a strong platform of successful use cases across offices and departments. Using a transaction management platform like Legatics supports our desire to keep on innovating in our delivery of legal services and we’re really excited to use this enterprise licence as a platform to grow adoption further across our global offices and continue to see the benefits of transaction management!”
Legatics head of engagement, Daniel Grant Smith started out his legal career at Hogan Lovells and said: “I trained as a lawyer at Hogan Lovells and had the formative moments of my career there, so from a personal perspective it’s brilliant to be able to continue working with the firm to grow usage and adoption. I can’t wait to carry on working with the Knowledge team and lawyers at Hogan Lovells to drive value.”
Other firms to recently enter an enterprise agreement with Legatics include leading South Africa firm Bowmans, and international law firm King & Wood Mallesons.