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It’s obvious that many lawyers who are pondering the move towards LPMS still haven’t made the move. They wonder if it’s really worth the investment, whether that investment is measured in dollars or hours spent (re)training on the new technology. In fact, common responses to why small law firms don’t adopt technology are usually along the lines of: “sticking with our current system” or “timing is not right,” which basically means “I’m afraid of migrating and learning a new system,” or simply put: “I’m afraid of change.”
Download this guide for an in-depth look at how to calculate 3 precise points of value around legal technology for your firm, and how practice management software can deliver ROI through:
The right to submit a DSAR is included in all major privacy laws passed to date, including laws using an opt-in model (GDPR) and those using an opt-out model (CCPA). The intention behind both pieces of legislation is the same: to create greater transparency between organizations that hold personal data and the subjects of that data. Let’s look a little more closely at what the legislation requires organizations to do when they receive a DSAR.
Every organization should develop and communicate their own processes for handling DSARs to ensure the whole organization understands and remains compliant.
Download this guide for a closer look at DSARs and how your organization can improve and be in compliance; including:
For legal operations to bring success to an organization, three core elements need to align - people, process, and technology. It’s near impossible to bring these elements together without a system of record, and that’s where matter management becomes an essential component of legal operations.
Matter management is often shaped by existing software, tools, and workflow processes that lack cohesion, continuity, and transparency. While usable, the piecemeal approach doesn’t provide an oversight of all legal work.
Download this white paper to learn a better approach and start maximizing the time, effort, or resources of your team. You’ll learn:
Have you ever had a pivotal deadline fall through the cracks? How embarrassing was that experience? How confident are you about capturing details regarding cases and clients so they don’t get lost in the shuffle? Unfortunately, those things happen all the time to lawyers who overlook the proper management of their practice. Fortunately, it’s easy to deploy tools to ensure your firm functions like a well-oiled machine.
This buyers guide explores all of the tools you need to run and grow your law firm, including intake, case management, document automation, time and billing, reporting, and complete accounting operations that can run on-premises or securely in the cloud. Download this guide now and learn how you can achieve:
The virtual work environment brings many advantages for businesses. But there are new challenges legal teams face as well - like juggling more work, heightened compliance mandates, and the need for technology that sufficiently supports workflows in the remote environment. Pulling resources from other workstreams (the most common solution) isn’t proving to be a sustainable or efficient remedy.
Overcoming these challenges will become progressively more critical as legal departments address more complex and unpredictable issues, and as time and resources are increasingly strained. Innovative technology that creates a single source of entity management is a key step to solving these issues.
Download this white paper to learn how centralizing and streamlining entity management processes can help your business create efficiencies, manage emerging risk, and do more with less. Topics cover:
The momentum of voice technology is undeniable — a Statista report estimates the global market will grow from $10.7 billion to $27.16 billion by 2025. For legal professionals, the right voice technologies can make an immediate and measurable impact on their daily routine. The nature of legal work, which is heavily focused on communication, internal and external collaboration, and documentation, aligns with the value-add advanced voice technologies can deliver.
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In the field of law, excellent communication is simply a must, as the very nature of legal work depends on consultation and idea sharing. But as foundational and vital as it is, effective communication can also be elusive for many professionals, which can lead to issues such as operational impediments and client dissatisfaction. This is why technology--specifically advancements in voice and speech recognition--have proven to be a valuable asset for today’s legal professional.
As legal teams and firms now have team members collaborating virtually from the office, in the field, at home, or on the go, many are turning to voice solutions to help keep everyone across the workstream connected, informed and productive. Download this tip sheet to learn how voice technology helps your team overcome:
It’s not just European companies that have to navigate the complexities of data privacy compliance with the GDPR and ePrivacy Directive. Any company that handles consumer data in regulated ways and wants to do business in the EU needs to take compliance seriously.
GDPR compliance is also valuable for doing business in the United States. Being compliant puts US companies ahead of the game in ensuring state-by-state compliance at home. By adopting best practices, there’s less work and disruption needed in the future as more regulations are passed.
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Only once your company has undertaken a data audit, then you will know exactly how GDPR requirements apply to your organization and customers. Get the ultimate guide today!READ LESS ›
According to ESG, most organizations are expecting their number of eDiscovery requests to go up in the next 12 to 24 months. How does your organization keep up with evolving regulations? Without strong controls on compliance, how will your company mitigate the risk of penalties? By streamlining supervisory review and enhancing eDiscovery processes, your organization can reduce the risk of costly fines, adverse inferences and a damaged reputation.
Download this whitepaper and learn how your legal and compliance teams can expedite early case assessments, empower their teams, and achieve proactive litigation readiness. Plus, you’ll also learn about:
Implementing new software can be tough. The process is rife with opportunities for disruption: getting buy-in from key stakeholders, staying on budget, comparing technical features, and accurately analyzing benefits and drawbacks. The key is to get the right solution on the first try by choosing a technology that minimizes disruption to your users' workflows; ultimately providing them more control in their day-to-day responsibilities.
Access this whitepaper to learn three key strategies for effectively minimizing disruption to your users and successfully implementing a new DMS; including:
The not-so-secret killer of change and how to combat it.
How to leverage and evaluate your current workflow for a successful implementation.
The power and confident that in-depth collaboration, partnerships, and technology can bring to the change process.