The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) has announced its endorsement of an educational opportunity for its members to enroll in Suffolk University Law School’s Legal Innovation and Technology Certificate.
A routine migration from a legacy product to Aderant Expert entered uncharted territory when the global pandemic forced everyone home. As the firm entered the most critical stages of implementation, including end-user training and official Go Live, work had to be completed remotely.
Qorus, one of the world's premier sales enablement and proposal management platforms for remotely based proposal management teams recently announced it has completed a $5 million round of financing led by WestRiver Group with increased focus on the legal industry.
Evisort, the AI contract management startup, today announced that account services veteran Mike Kowal has joined as Head of Customer Success. Kowal will focus on delivering positive client outcomes while businesses adapt to the changing pandemic economy.
Level 2 Legal Solutions, a leading legal services company, today announced it has established a Technology Working Group (TWG) dedicated to researching and identifying best-in-class legal technology and business intelligence tools to service the company’s growing stable of compliance, privacy, and eDiscovery clients.
CaseLines today announced that it has filed a patent application for a unique tool that enables differential redaction by sub-bundle for the legal industry. The redaction tool is included within the CaseLines cloud-based collaborative case document and multimedia management system.
Chetu, a leading developer of custom software solutions, today announces its partnership with QbitEdge, the innovator of cloud-based products, as the company is contracted to enhance QbitEdge’s legal practice management platform, Caseroads™.
AbacusNext®, a leading technology provider for legal, accounting and compliance-focused professionals, today announced its partnership with Dykema Gossett PLLC, the Chicago Bar Association and the Alabama State Bar to provide free software and legal services to front-line medical staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Women in eDiscovery™, a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization that brings together women interested in technology related to the legal profession, announced today the expansion of its leadership team with the addition of Amy Juers as international director of new chapters and Laura Danielson and Lisa Waldin as co-directors of new chapters, North America.
Culhane Meadows law firm, ranked by U.S. News as one of the Best Law Firms in Technology Law in America and recently a focus story on firms that have been able to remain in full service to their clients during the Covid pandemic, is pleased to announce they have been utilizing Epona solutions of the Epona Matter Center and DMSforLegal to make their recent investment into Microsoft’s platform-as-a-service with Microsoft 365 Business a seamless document and email management solution.
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