Summer is right around the corner, so before our schedules are crowded out by vacation plans and mid-year business meetings, this may be a good time to check out a few complimentary webinars created by our business and litigation software teams.
If one of these programs conflicts with a previous commitment on your schedule, don’t worry. Most of our webinars are recorded, so even if you can’t attend the live event, be sure to register in order to be notified when the recording is available for playback.
- Managing Buy-in to Optimize CRM ROI
According to Gartner, enterprises that fail to prepare and support their employees during any level of organizational change will miss their business objectives by at least 30 percent. That’s especially true of CRM deployments, which carry risk factors such as loss of IT or leadership support, low rate of adoption by business professionals, changing or evolving CRM strategies and limited roll-out. Join this webinar to learn how to achieve your relationship management implementation goals and improve ROI by focusing on buy-in.
When: May 18, 2016, 1:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. ET
Where: Online, register here
Presenter: LexisNexis InterAction team
- Connect the Dots eDiscovery
Electronic discovery is fraught with all sorts of potential dangers that must be navigated. These risk factors include the explosive growth of electronically stored information, new FRCP rules for eDiscovery and the threat of sanctions or malpractice claims against attorneys who lag behind on best practices and technology. Attend this webinar to learn more about how to leverage leading-edge technology to connect the dots of eDiscovery, keep your clients happy and minimize risk to your practice.
- ELM 2015 Year-End Trends Report Results
Be among the first legal professionals to hear the key market insights and metrics covered in the latest edition of the LexisNexis CounselLink Enterprise Legal Management Trends Report. An analysis of data available via the CounselLink platform, the Trends Report provides a view into the metrics that help guide corporate counsel and law firm decision making. The collective stream of data and processed invoices gathered since 2009 currently comprises more than $21 billion in legal spending, nearly five million invoices and well over one million matters. Join the 2015 Year-End Trends Report Results webinar for an enlightening review of the latest insights into legal market dynamics.
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