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Phase or Forever? The Long-Term Impact of Remote Working in Legal

Remote working in legal. New working patterns are having a profound effect on lawyers, law firms, and departments, but what will it mean long-term for our mental health, office...

How Immigration Could Change Under Biden

No matter the specific form it takes, we can expect immigration policy to be radically different under the Biden administration than it was under Trump. Under the Trump administration,...

Solving Legal’s Biggest Challenges in Lease Management

Of all the different agreements in your contract portfolio, leases may be one of the most difficult to manage. Between the lack of standardization of clauses and terms, numerous...

Schrems II: What to Know About International eDiscovery Data Transfers

International data transfer practices are in for a rough transition period. With the outcome of Schrems II invalidating the Privacy Shield — the agreement between the US, EU and Switzerland that...

5 Red Flags in a Litigation Support Service Partner

Between 20 and 50 percent of all costs incurred in federal litigation can be attributed to eDiscovery. With eDiscovery and litigation support driving such a significant portion of the costs in...

The Future of AI – 5, 10, 50 years into the future

AI development is accelerating every day, but how is this going to impact the legal sector today, tomorrow, and beyond? Should we be preparing for Robo-judges anytime soon? What...

5 Insightful Reports You Need to Run on Your Contracts

It’s a common challenge for all legal departments: How do you demonstrate your value to the rest of the organization? Avoiding litigation, minimizing risk, ensuring compliance — when all...

Why Asking Your Litigation Support Partner These eDiscovery Questions Could Save You Time (and Money)

One of the biggest challenges facing law firms and legal departments isn’t gaining knowledge around technology, it’s the overwhelming amount of technology to choose from.  This technology landscape is...

Why Machine Learning is Key to Legal Transformation

It sounds intimidating and highly complicated, but is machine learning all hyperbole or could it be the hero you need for your legal department? Read our 101 guide to...

6 Litigation Trends That Will Change the Market in 2021

It’s obvious that 2020 hasn’t exactly been business as usual. A global pandemic, shaky economy, and contentious politics have all set the scene for a turbulent 2021, especially for...

On the Rim of Force Majeure – NBA & Others Dive Into Contracts

Highly anticipated news broke Thursday night, not a decision in the US presidential election, but rather the vote outcome of the National Basketball Association (NBA) 2020-21 season. Legal analysts,...

AI Isn’t Just a Trend: What Every Legal Professional Needs to Know

Across all industries, more than a third of businesses have adopted artificial intelligence (AI) into their operations. In finance departments, marketing and sales, research and development — a wide variety...

3 Ways Contract Data Can Drive Business Outcomes

There are known unknowns and unknown unknowns — for the legal department, it’s often the case that their potential impact on business outcomes fall in the latter category. When...

Brexit Is Coming: How GCs Can Prepare for Immigration Uncertainty

Soon after Britain’s initial vote to leave the European Union, then-prime minister Theresa May proclaimed, “Brexit means Brexit and we’re going to make a success of it.” At the time,...

It’s Time to Build a Data-Driven Culture Inside Legal

The role of the GC is changing – faster than ever. By building a data-driven culture within legal, GCs can demonstrate greater commercial awareness and take their seat with...