Barry.Nilsson., an award-winning law firm with six offices across Australia, has chosen Aderant Expert for its legal practice management solution. The firm needed an all-encompassing solution to meet their ongoing client needs for handling critical business information and data while providing them with an easily customisable system for internal use.
Legal software and regulatory information provider GlobalX has bolstered its position in the Australian technology market after signing a binding agreement to acquire national Verification of Identify technology company IDSecure.
LexisNexis has launched a new module to help practitioners adhere to best practice and streamline workflows in an evolving cyber landscape, providing guidance around data security; transfer of data; cybersecurity strategy; and privacy.
Chapman Tripp, New Zealand’s leading full-service commercial law firm, has selected Luminance to provide artificial intelligence technology for due diligence for domestic and international M&A transactions.
iManage, the company dedicated to transforming how professionals work, today announced that Allens – a prestigious global law firm based in Australia, serving 55 of the world's top 100 companies and more than 75 of Australia's top 100 companies – has selected iManage for Work Product Management.
LexisNexis has today announced Custom Analytics as a new offering under the Lexis® Legal Analytics umbrella. Custom Analytics is a new consulting service which law firms, corporate teams, universities, courts and government departments can use to identify new and crucial insights into legal information and strategy – resulting in smarter, evidence-based decisions. This combines a vast historical database and team of legal editors with new analytics capabilities.
Australian legal technology and information provider GlobalX has today announced its latest integration partnership with cloud-based document and email management system NetDocuments.
LexisNexis® has been named a Finalist for the 2017 Human Rights Business Award for its rule of law contributions that promote and advance human rights in the Australian community.
Christian Beck of Australian Technology Innovators has been named 2017 Australian EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™. As the Australian winner, Christian will travel to Monaco in June next year to compete against national winners from more than 60 countries for the chance to be named 2018 EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year™.
Findings from The Human v Cloud: 2017 LexisNexis Roadshow Report show that Australian lawyers are increasingly integrating their work and personal lives as technology enables alternate career paths and a focus on personal fulfilment.
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