Law In Business: IT: Maximum impact
Maximising an in-house legal department's use of the latest technology can help raise its visibility and standing in a company, as well as cutting back costs by improving efficiency. Bridget Meagher reports
In-house legal departments are investing in technology to save legal costs, improve compliance and streamline processes. Some of the systems they are putting in place are even being adopted across their corporations because of today’s compliance-pressured environment.
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