Ascertus has bolstered its management team with the appointment of Antony Wells as senior account manager.
Top 100 law firm Brabners has selected Lexis InterAction as its customer relationship management (CRM) solution. Plus we bring you the latest headlines and news in brief from Eclipse, LEAP, Bundledocs, Clio, Thomson Reuters Elite, Adobe, Yerra Solutions, DiscoverReady, TurboPatent, Bentham IMF and Citrix.
Clifford Chance and Neota Logic have developed an automated client toolkit to help financial institutions assess and address the impact of MiFID II, which comes into force in January 2018 and is one of the most complex and wide ranging pieces of legislation to come out of the European Union since the financial crisis of 2008.
RAVN Systems has entered into partnership with Philadelphia-headquartered legal technology integration and consultancy provider Adaptive Solution to deliver its software monitoring tool RAVN Manage to the North American legal market.
Radiant Law is to collaborate with LexisNexis on the exploration and development of new technology solutions for clients, in particular around contract analysis and process improvement.
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Every day is new when you’re as big as Thomson Reuters, which said yesterday (21 February) that is has entered into a new strategic relationship with Handshake Software to provide seamless access to digital titles on Thomson Reuters ProView and embed eBook content solutions within the legal workflow.
Intapp have just released a teaser video for the company’s Inception 2017 event which will take place in San Francisco on 15-18 May. More details at http://www.inception17.com – currently registrations are running at around three times the rate of this time last year. They must have heard about Kaye Sycamore’s return!
Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog is among a raft of law firms to have signed up with cloud-based document management system provider NetDocuments in the past 90 days, the Utah-headquartered company will announce later today (21 February).
Intapp has bolstered its senior technical team with the hire of Wathik Labidi as vice president of engineering. Labidi, who has held senior roles at Aruba Networks, Genesys and PayPal, is responsible for product engineering and for expanding the scope and capabilities of Intapp’s SaaS (software as a service) solutions.
Sourcing and analysing company and individual information from local and global jurisdictions often involves convoluted search processes and the manual drawing of organisational structures and relationships. To simplify the process, online search provider InfoTrack has launched a new service whereby clients have immediate access to a range of consolidated reports, which are illustrated using a new REVEAL data visualisation tool.
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.
Microsoft last week unveiled several new security capabilities in Office 365 to help manage risk and ward off threats. You can read the details in full below plus we catch up on all the major legal IT news of the past week in brief.
HighQ has continued to build out its key management roles with the creation of a new chief marketing officer role, filled by the hire of David Roussain, most recently from digital media company AppNexus.
Running alongside Legaltech New York last week (2 February) was White & Case’s private knowledge management session, which is turning out to be one of the hottest legal invites in town. Now in its 15th year, the gathering of some of the most respected global knowledge officers and CIOs in the business has grown from 50 to 80 attendees, with White & Case’s chief knowledge officer Oz Benamram observing, tongue in cheek, that as much as hope is not an adequate strategy for managing a law firm, nor does it keep an event under control.