The Importance of Innovation in Legal Technology

The business-aligned model of Enterprise Legal Management requires a sophisticated IT infrastructure. It also requires an improved attitude about the integration of technology into the day-to-day operations of the corporate legal function.  Traditionally, law departments have been reticent to adopt technologies into their daily operations. However, as those operational demands increase and a generational legal-management changeover occurs, we see attitudes and expectations about the role of technology shifting.
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7 Things Lawyers Should Know About Project Management

About 25 years ago I was having drinks with the GC of a F10 company whose business would later send my daughters through school. Over a second drink, as we peered out at the skyscrapers soaring above us—we were on the 42nd floor—he said, “So Mark, do you really think that litigation can be done on a fixed-price basis?” “Bill”, I replied, “you see those buildings out there? They were all built on a fixed price in the middle of Chicago, so don’t you think a litigation matter—or portfolio—can be billed that way?”
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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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The Rising Prominence of Cloud DMS

The use of externally hosted systems is a hot topic in today’s legal technology world.  Once considered a non-starter, there is an emerging openness to the use of systems and data residing outside of the traditional “behind the firewall” infrastructure model.  The change in approach has followed the broader business technology trend towards more efficient and effective use of external infrastructure available through Cloud-based and SaaS systems.  Document management has followed a similar course with a keen interest in law firms and corporate law departments evaluating these new models.
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Enterprise Information Management for Legal

The role of information management has taken center stage as a critical IT issue facing legal practice management.
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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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New Solution Models Evolve for ELM

As the role of General Counsel and the law department have changed, so, too, has the solution market evolved.  As the market expands, the ELM solution providers have developed new approaches to serve the needs of a multifaceted market.
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