Critical Business Continuity Technology for Legal

One of the more enduring affects to business from the COVID pandemic will clearly be a pronounced shift to an increasingly remote legal workforce.   Legal Ops continuity planning is materially impacted by this new paradigm, highlighting the criticality of technologies that help firms and legal teams adapt to "new normals" while also ensuring access continuity of business throughout future challenges.  
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Building Your Legal Ops Continuity Plan

Building a legal ops continuity plan involves a number of steps, starting with data gathering, as we previously discussed.   Gathering critical business information helps you establish priorities and assess impact, creating the framework for developing your continuity strategy, incident response handling, and communication planning.  In this article, we'll walk you through how to harness this information to assemble, deploy and maintain your continuity plan. We also will share a number of continuity planning resources which can assist with the planning process.
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Global Pandemic: Legal Reopening Strategies

As the world begins the process of reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic, a number of success stories, lessons learned, and best practices have begun to emerge from the legal community’s response to this crisis. Hyperion's recent "Back to Business” survey of the legal profession captured the wide variety of reopening strategies being implemented across the legal business spectrum, and confirms that the COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a substantial, long-term impact on the legal workforce. 
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What is a Legal Business Continuity Plan?

Most organizations understand that having some type of an approach to deal with unforeseen obstacles is a good idea, but a surprisingly large number of businesses don’t have a continuity plan. Legal teams may view the continuity planning process as an overwhelming task, but when approached systematically, even the smallest legal team can create a solid continuity plan.   
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5 Keys to Weathering the Storm (Legal Ops Continuity Series)

What Could Possibly go Wrong? Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, discussions around business continuity were frequently centered around responses to major natural disasters – hurricanes, floods, tornadoes and the occasional swarm of murder hornets. While certainly serious, these events were infrequent enough that many organizations didn’t see a need for comprehensive continuity planning. Even if a major event happened, it was also assumed that any disruption would be severe but would likely be temporary and localized. 
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