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Gone are the days of lawyers claiming technological ignorance as a defense. Discover how the cloud can help your law firm meet ethical responsibilities surrounding technology and data protections. READ MORE ›
What responsibility do lawyers really have to understand the technology they use?
According to the American Bar Association’s (ABA) revised Model Rule1.1, and specifically Comment 8, most state-specific guidelines have removed an attorney’s ability to claim that he or she lacks requisite technological information or expertise. Technological incompetence is not just a practice-of-law issue; it’s an ethical one.
Law firm’s and attorney’s responsibility is to be aware through self-education or guidance from a technology partner. That responsibility extends beyond basic software into the realm of data protection and safeguarding sensitive information.
Download this white paper and learn how cloud-based software helps you meet ethical duties associated with technology. It covers:
The implications of Model Rule 1.1, Comment 8 for law firms and attorneys
How the cloud helps you meet satisfactory security responsibilities
Law firms of all sizes are undergoing a transformation as AI challenges traditional workflows. Learn how small law is evolving and your opportunities to leverage AI to reduce firm costs. READ MORE ›
Does the AI phenomenon still seem confusing or obscure to you? Are you comfortable with the processes and methods on which you’ve relied on for years as a lawyer? Law firms of all sizes must prepare for and adapt to the change—or get left behind.
The application of artificially intelligent-based tech tools is having a real impact on the way law firms practice and run their businesses. And while it may surprise you, such tools are even within reach for small law. Tech companies are building software solutions that firms of all sizes and can use as cost-effective alternatives to the traditional means of practicing law.
Download this white paper to learn the ways AI is driving change in small law, and the opportunities available to your firm to explore cost and time-saving solutions; including:
3 drivers that are fueling the transformation of the legal landscape
How legal work is being fundamentally challenged and changed
Examples of how AI is already benefiting law firm workflows and bottom lines
Protecting your clients’ reputation in the modern, online world is challenging when information spreads quickly. Learn a proactive approach to, and 10 strategies for, keeping your clients protected. READ MORE ›
We live in a world in which the internet expands the reach and impact of online defamation, invasions of privacy, bullying and more. This shifting landscape alters the traditional role of lawyers who are increasingly playing a counseling and litigation role in protecting clients’ reputations.
Today, the challenge becomes identifying often anonymous online attackers, convincing internet service providers and websites to provide relief, and orchestrating reputation-preserving counterattacks.
This white paper outlines a modern, proactive approach to protecting your clients’ reputation amidst today’s internet communication free-for-all.
Download this white paper to learn this approach, which also includes:
Identifying and determining legal liability
Understanding section 230 of the Communication Decency Act and if it applies
10 recommended strategies to address negative communications
Here are five requirements a content collaboration platform must have to keep your law firm secure, collaborative, and up-to-speed with today’s client demands. READ MORE ›
Law firms of all sizes are appealing targets for hackers because of confidential information such as trade secrets, insider information, social security numbers, and large trust accounts.
The relatively lax law firm security standards and a culture of collaboration – accessing sensitive files across any device at any time – call for better security strategies. Secure content collaboration platforms fill a key role in building a strong cybersecurity strategy for your firm.
This brief will outline five key requirements content collaboration platforms must have to support law firms in today’s mobile environment. Learn how your firm can secure the most sensitive files while keeping pace with the demands of the attorneys-on-the go.
Download this brief that covers:
The current threat landscape for law firms
Why content collaboration matters to law firms
Five non-negotiable requirements while choosing a content collaboration platform
Based on real-world research input from Fortune 500 companies, and insights from mobility analysts and experts, this guide helps CIOs reimagine their strategy for a new era of mobility. READ MORE ›
Mobility is reaching an inflection point. Smart enterprises are moving away from tactical point solutions for mobile device management and towards secure, comprehensive, and unified platforms that maintain visibility and control across endpoint environments.
CIOs are seeking solutions for Unified Endpoint Management (UEM), which encompass management, security, and identity across mobile devices, desktops, laptops, and other endpoints.
This guide will help you update and reimagine your mobility strategy to keep pace with the evolving mobility landscape and future-proof your operations. Learn how the right solution can boost productivity, improve security and privacy, and simplify IT’s management of a growing number of roles, apps, operating systems, and device types.
Download this guide and reimagine your mobility strategy with:
10 critical factors to consider when making your UEM platform decision
7 top mobility pain points
The mobility maturity curve and determining where your company is at
Blockchain has emerged as a “disruptive technology” to become one of the most popular conversation topics in varied industry circles. Learn what it is and what it means for the legal industry. READ MORE ›
Decentralization is the defining characteristic of blockchain, and its ability to create efficiencies in industries that rely on third-party-mediated systems is unquestionable (like bitcoin for example).
Discover how this new technology will shape the legal industry, which acts as the most trusted intermediary there is. Learn how blockchain can streamline operations for your law firm and for your clients, which in-turn saves everyone time and money.
Download this white paper to learn 4 ways that blockchain technology will impact the legal profession, including:
This report, based on responses from 300+ Am Law 200 firm leaders, outlines 4 key benefits that legal analytics provide law firms to help them deliver superior service and operate more effectively. READ MORE ›
Legal Analytics has evolved significantly since the beginning of the decade to incorporate a wide range of practical areas. Yet, its purpose remains the same – to help law firms and businesses practice law more effectively and efficiently.
Lex Machina recently partnered with ALM Legal Intelligence to survey 300+ leaders at Am Law 200 firms regarding the value of Legal Analytics, how they leverage its power to deliver legal services to clients, and how it supports more effective business operations.
Download this white paper to explore the top four benefits legal analytics delivers, and best practices in these areas:
This infographic/data sheet combo provides a pulse on vital commercial litigation statistics today, and illustrates how you can predict the behavior of courts, judges, lawyers, and more. READ MORE ›
Drawing from the 2017 Commercial Litigation Report, which examines the key axes of legal data and their interactions (focused exclusively on litigation in the federal U.S. District Courts), this infographic delivers data and trends on:
Time to judgement
Top damages by type
Top plaintiffs, defendants, and law firm representation
Makeup of the commercial claims field
PLUS – Learn how you can leverage Legal Analytics to strengthen your strategy, tactics, and gain the winning edge by utilizing the power of data-driven insights and trends in commercial litigation. The data sheet provides an overview of:
Questions that Legal Analytics helps you answer
Unique commercial litigation data available for your firm to access