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SlideShare Friday: Why Law Firms are at Cybersecurity Risk

Oops says the End User and Law Firm Cybersecurity

Law firms “may not be the primary target” of cybersecurity attacks, according to a compelling presentation published online by Accellis Technology, a certified LexisNexis consultant, titled: Law Firm Cybersecurity: Practical Tips for Protecting Your Data. The presentation is this week’s Friday Share and is embedded nearby. Firms are at risk for maintaining “tremendous amount of highly confidential information and information.”  The ... Read More »

Survival Tips and 14 Can’t Miss Events at #ILTACON

Survival Tips and 14 Can’t Miss Events at #ILTACON

Vegas! It’s been two years since the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) hosted its annual conference in Las Vegas (see: 38 Posts Summarizing the 2013 ILTA Conference). This year, the legal community is headed back.  Some 1,500+ attendees will congregated in Caesar’s Palace from August 30th to September 3rd.   It promises a heavy dose of legal tech just before the ... Read More »

5 Solid Links for Getting Smart on what Watson Means for Legal

5 Solid Links for Getting Smart on what Watson Means for Legal

In the last 18 months or so it seems artificial intelligence (AI) jumped from the movie screen to the news feed scroll.  More and more articles are exploring what it means for humanity. “The Wikipedia entry for “artificial intelligence” will make you wish you had an AI tool to interpret the entry,” according to Dennis Kennedy, in a panel discussion ... Read More »

SlideShare Friday: LexBlog Study Finds Law Blogs on the Upswing

SlideShare Friday LexBlog Study Finds Law Blogs on the Upswing

“Instead of saying that you’re the best in your field as you would with more traditional advertising, push out relevant information that shows that you know what you’re talking about,” according to a new survey – Am Law 200 Blog Benchmark Report – from the team at LexBlog. The report stems from examining the web presence of the Am Law ... Read More »

Legal Competition Rises, Relationships Matter More than Ever  

Legal Competition Intensifies Relationships Matter More than Ever

Note: The following is a post from contributor Carla Del Bove, who provides support to the business of law software product line within the LexisNexis software division. Law firms are losing two out of every three new business opportunity they are presented with. This represents a loss of $637 million in potential profits, according to BTI’s 2015 Market Outlook and Client Service Review. Toni ... Read More »

Woodstock for Legal: 6 LexisNexis Legal Tech Webinars in August

Woodstock for Legal 7 LexisNexis Legal Tech Webinars in August

Woodstock was first held in August 1969.  It yielded more than 30 performances to some 400,000 people and some say it changed the culture. The LexisNexis lineup of software and technology webinars for August probably won’t be anything like Woodstock.  Not even close. However, these webinars are intended to help customers to get more value and become rock stars with ... Read More »

Friday Share: LexisNexis CEO Mike Walsh on Advancing Rule of Law

LexisNexis CEO Mike Walsh on Advancing Rule of Law

“The rule of law provides the foundation for how we live, the freedoms we have, and the degree of security that we enjoy,” so said LexisNexis CEO Mike Walsh in a recent presentation to the Conference of Western Attorneys General (CWAG). Rule of law sounds important.  We instinctively feel it’s important.  But what do those words really mean? As Mr. ... Read More »

Infographic Friday: Surprising Look at Famous Paralegals

Infographic Friday Surprising Look at Famous Paralegals-header

Vicki Voisin, who champions a podcast called The Paralegal Voice, is an obvious choice to included in an infographic on “Famous Paralegals.”  However there are a few other names on the list that we found surprising including: Famous activist Erin Brockovich Comedian Ellen Degeneres Former U.S. President Abraham Lincoln The reference to Mr. Lincoln as a paralegal caused us pause:  The ... Read More »

The Complexity of eDiscovery Amid the Evolution of Technology

The Complexity of eDiscovery Amid the Evolution of Technology

Note:  The following is a guest post by Jessica Solano, a litigation technical consultant with the LexisNexis litigation solutions team. Do you remember when your imagination used to dream how our lives would easier if with a few modern conveniences?  Did you dream of jet-setting to different planets, living like the Jetsons with a robotic maid, or teleporting your objects ... Read More »

Audit of 50 Law Firms Finds New CRM Best Practices

Audit of 50 Law Firms Finds New CRM Best Practices

Some law firms experience greater success with CRM implementations than others.  A recent audit of 50 law firms, many among the Am Law 100 or 200, provides insight as to how. The audit found a combination of strategy and tactical techniques makes a remarkable difference, according to Matt Thompson.  Writing for LawMarketing.com – 10 Best Practices to Implement CRM Effectively ... Read More »