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Well hello, Project X!

“Game-changing” is an overused term wheeled out by copy writers when they run out of different ways to say “new”, but in the case of Thomson Reuters’ legal workflow solution “Project X” – which today (27 February) finally sees the light of day after three years in development and is on the front page of the Orange Rag – that term is justified. ‘Panoramic’, as we now know the worst kept secret under the sun is called, has been designed to meet law firms’ complex needs on pricing; cost and process; project management; and knowledge and data. We have all the details.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 27th Feb 2019 2 comments

Trending – Business Drivers for Document Management: The Information Governance Mandate

To comply with the data side of outside counsel guidelines, firms must have a clear information governance strategy, for which the firm’s document management system is the foundational system. It’s time to prioritise adoption, starting with removing the blinders, says Prosperoware’s founder and CEO Keith Lipman.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 26th Feb 2019 1 comment

UK Top 50 Law firm IT profiles: Pinsent Masons

As part of a huge project to profile all of the top 200 legal IT teams/law firm IT capability, our contributing editor Amy Carroll spoke to Pinsent Masons about the structure and strategy of their team which, like many others, are increasingly engaged in client-facing solutions.

Added by Tate Chennis Colbran on the 19th Feb 2019 No comments

Legal tech win: Hogan Lovells selects FileTrail for records management

FileTrail just announced Am Law top 10 and leading global law firm Hogan Lovells has selected FileTrail to replace its legacy records management system. The firm also has chosen FileTrail GPS, Governance Policy Suite, to advance its commitment to information governance.

Added by Legal IT Newswire Form on the 13th Feb 2019 No comments

UK Top 50 IT Team Profiles: Clifford Chance

As part of our huge project to profile the UK top 200 law firms’ IT capability, Legal IT Insider spoke to Clifford Chance’s CIO Paul Greenwood about the structure and strategy of the magic circle firm’s IT team; why the innovation and operations teams have been split; and what the strategic priorities are for 2019.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 11th Feb 2019 No comments

Legaltech19: New global matter standard to provide “common language” for law firms and corporate counsel

In one of the most significant announcements at Legaltech19, a high-level matter category standards alliance on 29 January announced the first version of its cross-industry standard, which is the culmination of a three-year effort to provide a common language for law firms and in-house counsel.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 4th Feb 2019 No comments

Legal tech CRM win: Birketts selects OnePlace

East Anglian law firm Birketts has selected OnePlace as its client relationship management system. Here is that news, which you’ll find exclusively on Legal IT Insider today:

Added by Caroline Hill on the 31st Jan 2019 3 comments

UK Top 50 Law Firm Profile: Gateley’s vital statistics, strategy and structure

Gateley’s IT director Nick Capell speaks to Legal IT Insider about the listed firm’s IT structure, its core systems, strategic priorities and approach to innovation. This interview was conducted pre the news that LexisOne is being sold to SAGlobal.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 21st Jan 2019 No comments

Legal tech wins & deals: SOS; Linetime; Aderant; Elevate; OpenText, ONIT; Reynen Court and FileTrail

In the UK it’s been all about the practice management system over the past week with wins for Aderant, SOS Connect and Linetime in the same week that we broke the news that Oracle is launching a dedicated legal PMS. Elsewhere, Elevate has bought flexible legal service law firm Halebury and in the US we bring you a mixed bag of wins including the news that Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP will be the first law firm to deploy OpenText Magellan; OpenText’s AI-backed analytics platform.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 14th Jan 2019 No comments

Blog of the Week: The Founder’s Guide to Understanding Investors

“As Justin Kan’s Chief of Staff, I am actively involved in operating Atrium and investing in early-stage startups. Founders ask me many questions, but there’s one they ask me more often than any other: ‘how do investors evaluate startups?'” By Anuj Abrol, chief of staff to Justin Kan at Atrium – our thanks to Anuj for allowing us to reproduce his excellent blog in full below.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 21st Dec 2018 No comments

Howdy partner: FTI teams up with Kira; HighQ with Feynbrook

Two new alliances announced this week are worthy of your attention. First up FTI Consulting’s technology practice has teamed up with Kira Systems, offering its contract review software to bolster the capability of FTI’s contract intelligence practice launched in June 2017.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 26th Sep 2018 No comments

Case study: Seddons uses DocsCorp cleanDocs and contentCrawler to support GDPR goals

We get feedback from you that client case studies are valuable – we don’t charge to publish them, as is the case with all our editorial, which is published only on editorial merit. Here is a case study from DocsCorp, describing how London-based Seddons uses cleanDocs and contentCrawler software to ensure optimal data security, searchability and to support their GDPR compliance goals. Note that one key factor was the ability to prevent misaddressed emails in cleanDocs.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 19th Apr 2018 No comments

The 2018 Buyer’s Guide to UK eDisclosure Systems is available now!

This year’s version of the most definitive Guide to UK eDisclosure systems is online, as Andrew Haslam and Legal IT Insider publish the 2018 edition of the “industry bible”. There have been 78 modification to the entries, with the Guide showing 98 suppliers and 73 products. The 17.7 MB, 435 page PDF can be downloaded here.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 16th Apr 2018 No comments

Case study: How and why the SRA selected the Toshiba X40

We often steer clear of publishing case studies but this is a useful hardware case study, sent exclusively to Legal IT Insider, detailing why the Solicitors Regulation Authority selected Toshiba X40 laptops as part of an IT upgrade. The study details the review process, requirements and deciding factors, with the end user given the final say.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 8th Feb 2018 No comments

Brodies case study – Appurity Connect integrates iManage Work with BlackBerry 10 smartphones

Brodies relies on iManage Work as its standard matter management tool for lawyers and partners. But as demand for mobile working has increased, the challenge of integrating the application with smartphone platforms became critical. In this case study (note – we do not charge for case studies or any editorial content for that matter) shows how the Rubus iManage Work connector from Appurity Connect provided the solution. 

Added by Caroline Hill on the 13th Sep 2017 No comments