Transforming Legal Service Delivery - the ELM Solution Accelerator

Transforming Legal Service Delivery The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner November 3-4, 2015 Hyperion Research presents a truly one-of-a-kind event - the Solution Accelerator Conference.  We bring Law Department operations managers together with leading Industry Experts and ELM Solution Providers in a highly interactive forum focused on success in Enterprise Legal Management.
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Finding Value In E-Billing

Hyperion's newest TrendView™ Report seeks to better understand a topic that has never previously been reported on: the costs - real and realized - to law firms of using third-party e-billing systems required by their clients.
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Global E-Billing: Global Access and Data Privacy

Every step of the e-billing process, regardless of region, must be controlled through a combination of transport-level technologies and process-level controls. E-Billing programs must provide security against data vulnerabilities, including between physical and logical processing process steps. Suitable security related measures must be employed to ensure that trusted processes cannot be compromised.
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Global E-Billing: Implementing Technology for Global Compliance

Three core requirements—authenticity, integrity, and legibility—help us to establish a basic global e-billing framework for a compliant legal e-billing system.
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Global E-Billing: A Challenging Regulatory Environment for International Invoicing

Outside of North America, the e-billing process—that of creating, submitting, auditing, correcting and approving invoices—is subject to much more stringent regulatory and reporting requirements. This is most associated with Europe, where legal electronic billing (“e-Billing”) falls under the broader regulatory rubric of either the United Kingdom or the Model European Union electronic invoicing.
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IP Portfolio and Spend Management

Intellectual property management (IPM) is a now a well-established practice and solution category for innovation- and brand-driven companies.   In developing management practices that are business-aligned, these intellectual property stakeholders rely on technology systems and tools for the informational foundation on which they build their strategies, processes and organizations.
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