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Allen & Overy signs up with iManage

In a major win for iManage, magic circle giant Allen & Overy has selected iManage Work document and email management system to replace its legacy OpenText DMS after a year of intensive trials and having previously road-tested cloud-based competitor NetDocuments.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 28th Jun 2017 at 11:08 am 1 comment

DLA struck as part of global ransomware attack

Some of DLA Piper’s core systems were this afternoon taken out by a major cyber attack that the BBC and other mainstream media channels are reporting has caused chaos among companies across the globe.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 27th Jun 2017 at 6:00 pm No comments

Eclipse launches new small firm CMS and PMS

Eclipse Legal Systems has announced the launch of Eclipse Compact, a new solution based on the Proclaim case and practice management system that’s designed to cater for the needs of small law firms, we can reveal.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 27th Jun 2017 at 10:19 am No comments

RBRO wins Geldards as a client and begins rebuilding UK team

RBRO Solutions has won UK top 100 law firms Geldards as a client, we can reveal, working with them to achieve integration and automation across the business as the Toronto software and support company begins the process of rebuilding its team on the ground in the UK.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 26th Jun 2017 at 6:00 am 2 comments

Guest post: Is the era of ERP for law firms finally here?

Is the era of ERP for law firms finally here? Absolutely, says Martin Telfer, EMEA chief of Fulcrum Global Technologies, as he sets out the trends in the legal industry and corporate world that drive that conclusion.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 23rd Jun 2017 at 6:00 am 1 comment

kCura: UK war with hosting partners?

kCura’s recent decision to bring the UK launch of its SaaS eDiscovery platform RelativityOne forward to the summer of 2017 is not intended to create a war with its local hosting partners but, according to at least one senior figure in the industry, that is precisely the effect it will have.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 22nd Jun 2017 at 10:18 am No comments

Queen’s Speech: Bar Council urges caution over online guilty pleas

The Bar Council has reacted with caution to the news in the Queen’s Speech today that the Government plans to push ahead with the Courts Bill, which will enable those charged with less serious criminal offences to opt to plead guilty, accept a conviction and pay a statutory fixed penalty online.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 21st Jun 2017 at 4:44 pm No comments

When KM meets AI: An interview with Fireman & Co senior consultant Sally Gonzalez

Sally Gonzales joined Fireman & Company in May as the Toronto-headquartered legal management consultant’s newest senior consultant. Recognised as an authority in knowledge management and strategic technology planning, here Gonzales, who has held senior IT and KM roles at firms including Dentons, Norton Rose Fulbright, Akin Gump and Jones Day, tells us what led to her move to Fireman; how KM has evolved in the legal space; the major KM trends ahead; and discusses some of the biggest questions around AI. “I think we are on the cusp of KM 4.0,” she says.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 21st Jun 2017 at 1:05 pm No comments

Startup corner: E3 Compliance Training in focus

E3 Compliance Training makes compliance training fun and engaging by using games that can be played on your mobile or in the office. It has a cool website – we want to have a go on the ‘Why is AML important’ and we don’t care about AML. And, fyi, it’s looking at investment.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 21st Jun 2017 at 11:03 am No comments

No, robot – CenturyLink survey shows low uptake on automated legal advice

Here are some stats just in from digital transformation company CenturyLink EMEA, which show that 20% of legal consumers would trust an automated robotic service – such as a chatbot – to provide administrative help on a legal case relating to them but just 6% would trust its legal advice.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 20th Jun 2017 at 2:26 pm 2 comments

Lex Machina extends legal analytics platform to commercial litigation

In a significant expansion of its current analytics offering, Lex Machina, which was acquired by LexisNexis in November 2015, today (20 June) announced that its legal analytics platform now covers commercial litigation.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 20th Jun 2017 at 11:56 am No comments

Heavyweight arbitration boutique Three Crowns goes live on Aderant Expert

Heavyweight arbitration boutique Three Crowns has gone live on Aderant Expert, with the practice management system implemented inside of 10 months with the help of Kindleworth LLP.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 20th Jun 2017 at 6:03 am No comments

Tikit Carpe Diem selected to government G-Cloud framework

Tikit, part of the BT Group, has had the way paved to supply its Carpe Diem cloud-based time recording solution to public sector organisations, having been approved as a vendor under the Government G-Cloud framework.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 19th Jun 2017 at 1:50 pm No comments

Legal IT News Round-up

Catch up on all the biggest legal tech news stories, partnerships and people moves of the past week.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 19th Jun 2017 at 6:24 am No comments

Startup corner: Atrium LTS raises $10.5m to “revolutionise legal services”

US serial entrepreneur Justin Kan has raised $10.5m in the first round of funding for his new legal technology startup Atrium LTS, which appears likely to focus on workflow tools for lawyers and client-facing tech.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 16th Jun 2017 at 6:58 am No comments
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