Legal firm raises the bar on compliance and data protection
LogRhythm, the leader in cyber threat defence, detection and response, today announced that Maclay Murray & Spens LLP (MMS), one of Scotland's largest commercial law firms, has chosen to deploy its integrated log management and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) technology to boost cyber security and compliance throughout the organisation.
Traveling Coaches, the internationally recognized experts on user adoption of technology by law firms and in-house legal departments, announced Minneapolis-based Foley & Mansfield has purchased its CLASSe eLearning program to enhance the national Firm’s continuing education programs.
Leading provider of legal know-how and workflow tools a powerful complement to Thomson Reuters legal product portfolio
Thomson Reuters today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Practical Law Company, the London-based provider of practical legal know-how and workflow tools to law firms and corporate law departments.
Microsystems, a leading provider of software and services that drive document quality and production efficiency, announces two upcoming webinar opportunities to learn about risks associated with the increasing use of mobile devices as well as new workflows and technology solutions that drive document production efficiency and improve client satisfaction.
Manchester law firm, TPC Solicitors, is implementing Eclipse's Proclaim Practice Management Software solution in a deal valued at over £100,000. Formed in 2004 as an associate firm of Thornleys Solicitors, the focus at TPC was initially conveyancing. This conveyancing work was transferred back into Thornleys during 2009, TPC splitting away in April 2010 to operate as an independent firm dealing primarily with Road Traffic Accident injury matters.
Howse Williams Bowers Becomes First Law Firm in Hong Kong to Implement LawSoft
Thomson Reuters Elite has announced that Howse Williams Bowers has become the first law firm in Hong Kong to deploy the LawSoft practice management system. Howse Williams Bowers is a leading independent firm that provides legal services in Hong Kong and beyond.
Company powers forward with major wins in international banking, large law, and tax and legal publishing
The HotDocs Group, announced that 2012 was a record year for gross revenue, recurring revenue, and new business. HotDocs, which is a platform for modeling and deploying document-generation process applications (a subset of the larger BPM movement), is foundation-layer technology for many of the world’s largest organizations, including banks, law firms, government agencies, and other enterprises in any number of vertical industries.
Highly complementary acquisition provides leadership position in large and growing space
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HP and Autonomy Corporation plc today announced the terms of a recommended transaction under which HP (through an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary, HP SPV) will acquire all of the outstanding shares of Autonomy for £25.50 ($42.11) per share in cash (the “Offer”).
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