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The May issue of the Legal IT Insider newsletter is out now

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Top stories include: CMS say no thanks to Elite 3E and consolidate on older Enterprise + Vendor litigation: Litera patent claims against DocsCorp dismissed “with prejudice” + Ediscovery: has the kCura launch of its UK Relativity SaaS platform pitched into a hosting war with its partners? + New ITS + CSN partnership say they can rollout Elite 3E fast and 40% cheaper + We also keep score on the Elite versus Aderant competition & the latest happenings on Planet iManage

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Added by Charles Christian on the 24th May 2017 No comments

In-house legal tech: LawGeex launches buyers’ guide for business

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In a guide that will be welcomed by the in-house community both as a useful tech resource and as a further sign of their rapidly growing autonomy, LawGeex has today (16 May) launched The In-House Counsel’s LegalTech Buyers Guide – a free, downloadable guide that showcases more than 100 “must-know technology solutions” which solve the daily challenges faced by in-house lawyers.

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Added by Caroline Hill on the 16th May 2017 No comments

The April 2017 issue of the Legal IT Insider is out now

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TOP STORIES INCLUDE: • eSentio sues HBR Consulting over NetDocuments swap out at Akin Gump and King & Spalding • Contract risk analysis platform ThoughtRiver raises over $1million in funding • RBRO says its business as usual in UK for iManage customers after departure of senior execs • Workshare says we won’t be beaten by the competition on speed or accuracy

AND welcome to the Insider’s new (and FREE to read) Legal Tech Startup Directory – 18 pages of listings and analysis on over 50 innovative companies who have broken with the law firm herd mentality and are set to change the face of legal practice in the UK, Europe, US and APAC regions. You can also discover which startups describe themselves as “Just Eat for Lawyers” and “LinkedIn meets Tinder”

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Added by Charles Christian on the 27th Apr 2017 No comments

Smiths Group: ‘People then tech’ transformation

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FTSE 100 giant Smiths Group has appointed a first time legal operations director in order to help deliver a wholesale restructure of the legal team, with innovation and digitisation at its core.

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Added by Caroline Hill on the 12th Apr 2017 No comments

Do you want AI with that – Andrew Haslam’s annual review of the New York LegalTech show

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Each year I try to identify a theme for the article to bind the different strands together. This year is reflected in the slightly tongue in cheek headline “Do you want AI with that?” as in the fast food industry where “do you want fries with that?” became a standard upsell to any order, so AI seems to be tacked on to every presentation (and a lot of demonstrations) at the event. As you will see, the theme throughout the show, was the use of AI within the legal industry. The overwhelming conference preoccupation with AI meant that there was a bit of a disconnect between the makeup of the exhibition (which was, as ever, dominated by eDiscovery suppliers), and the key notes, briefing sessions, conversations and side events going on during the three days.

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Added by Charles Christian on the 5th Apr 2017 No comments

Barclays rolls out TeamConnect and internal timesheets

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Barclays this January rolled out Mitratech’s TeamConnect matter management and eBilling platform to its 140 panel law firms, as the banking giant moves towards better KPIs, having rolled out timesheets for its own in-house lawyers just over a year ago.

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Added by Caroline Hill on the 4th Apr 2017 No comments

The March 2017 issue of the Legal IT Insider is out now

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Welcome to the latest issue of the Legal IT Insider newsletter – March 2017 – Issue #301. Top stories include… End of an era as Tikit and iManage part ways after 15 years: customers exit stage left to applause from Tikit competitors + In-house Legal: Barclays invests in new tech to rationalise bank’s external legal spend – one law firm has now had its invoice rejected 47 times! + Big Law: Slaughter and May has stake in AI business & Freshfields launch innovation group + Gleneagles Legal Leaders Forum: we have a full report on what corporate clients think about law firms + Mike Lynch on investing in Machine Learning tech companies: the real world is full of “noise” – non-meaningful data

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Added by Charles Christian on the 29th Mar 2017 No comments

All you need to know about GDPR and Cloud service providers

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Just published: a new essential guide from Tim Hyman and 2Twenty4 Consulting on all you need to know about GDPR, data privacy, cybersecurity and Cloud service providers. Featured vendors DocsCorp – iBoss – Intapp – Ravn – Mimecast – iManage.

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Added by Charles Christian on the 22nd Mar 2017 No comments

Pictures from a 300th issue Party!

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No livers were damaged during the making of this party – and the official Insider staff hats also made their debut!

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Added by Charles Christian on the 15th Mar 2017 No comments

Eversheds Sutherland’s consulting arm launches MMS in Office 365 with Repstor

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Addressing a prevalent lack of joined up matter management capability within the corporate counsel sector, Eversheds Sutherland’s consulting arm has today launched a matter lifecycle management solution in Microsoft Office 365 in partnership with Repstor.

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Added by Caroline Hill on the 14th Mar 2017 No comments

The Orange Rag Newsweek: AXA launches legal virtual assistant & all the latest news in brief

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AXA Insurance last week announced that it has teamed up with alternative legal services provider rradar to launch an IBM Watson-backed virtual assistant to assist AXA customers with often repeated legal questions on issues such as employment and HR. We also bring news from SaltDNA, Olswang, Incopro, DocSolid, Wolters Kluwer, LawGeex, Autto, RPC, Nikec Solutions, Workshare, Fronteo, Salladore, Financial Software Solutions and Anexsys.

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

Cybersecurity: Most hackers can access systems and steal valuable data within 24 hours says Nuix Black Report

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More than three-quarters (88%) of hackers can break through cybersecurity defences and into the systems they target within 12 hours, while 81% say they can identify and take valuable data within another 12 hours, even though the breach may not be discovered for hundreds of days, according to research by global technology company Nuix. The Nuix Black Report, the results of a confidential survey of 70 professional hackers and penetration testers at DEFCON, the world’s largest hacking and security conference, will overturn many conventional understandings and sacred cows of the cybersecurity industry.

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Added by Charles Christian on the 23rd Feb 2017 No comments

CLOC to launch in Europe

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In what could turn out to be one of the most significant events this year for European legal technology vendors attempting to expand their presence within the corporate legal sector, Corporate Legal Operations Consortium – better known to the market as CLOC – will launch in Europe at the end of February, led by VMware’s vice president & deputy general counsel for worldwide legal operations, Áine Lyons.

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Added by Caroline Hill on the 23rd Feb 2017 No comments

The February issue of the Legal IT Insider is out now – and it’s our 300th edition!

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Top stories include: CLOC to open Euro chapter – big news for inhouse legal teams & their tech vendors + Peppermint has a bout of growing pains + the Insider launches legal tech startup initiative – who’s hot & who’s not?

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Added by Charles Christian on the 22nd Feb 2017 1 comment

Exclusive: How Blockchain will redefine the legal services sector

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In a white paper published exclusively by Legal IT Insider, Nick Ayton, a Jay Palter Fintech Influencer and number 21 on the Rise Blockchain News top 100 explores the implications of Blockchain technologies on law firms and the broader legal services market.

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