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Report: North Carolina poised for Tech Growth

Report North Carolina poised for Tech Growth

Move over Silicon Valley, the state of technology in North Carolina looks increasingly attractive to businesses. That’s our interpretation of the 2016 North Carolina State of Technology industry report, which we are featuring for this week’s Friday Share. It’s no coincidence that LexisNexis continues to build out the Raleigh Technology Center of Excellence. The second annual report was produced by ... Read More »

5 Things Legal Tech Should Know About ISO 2013 Certification

5 Things Legal Tech Should Know About ISO 2013 Certification

Peer to Peer, the official publication of the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA), published a special editorial feature in its Winter 2015 issue regarding important developments in the world of data security. Among the subjects tackled was the new ISO 27001:2013 certification for information security. International Organization for Standardization (English acronym is ISO) develops standards for a number of global ... Read More »

Clients Driving Adoption, Am Law Tech Survey Finds

Clients Driving Adoption Am Law Tech Survey Finds

Just a few months ago, Legaltech News provided in-depth coverage of the 2015 Am Law Tech Survey an annual report by the ALM publishing business.  The publication focused on three key areas of legal tech: cybersecurity and privacy law firm technology adoption cloud adoption Interestingly, a common theme throughout the survey was the influence clients, or corporate counsel, is having ... Read More »

Friday Share:  The 4 Pillars of Legal Innovation

Friday Share The 4 Pillars of Legal Innovation

Somewhere between $100 billion and $300 billion change hands in legal every year, though estimates vary, depending on what’s being counted.  Still, at either end of the spectrum, it’s a sizable volume of money for important work. In light of those estimates, it’s not especially revealing to suggest the legal market is mature, but the choice of profitability levers to ... Read More »

2015 in Review: LexisNexis Legal Software and Tech Updates

Year in Review LexisNexis Legal Software and Tech Updates

Over the course of several years, LexisNexis has been building out a Technology Center of Excellence.  The site, and corresponding business division, is led by Mike Lipps (@lexismike) and seated on the campus of NC State University. What began as roughly hundred employees in the town of Cary, just a few miles away from our current location, now counts some ... Read More »

Beautiful Minds: 41 Legal Industry Predictions for 2016

Predictions for the Legal Industry in 2016

Predictions can go in many directions. On one hand predictions might be senseless if events move slowly. On the other hand, predictions may become obsolete if things move quickly.  As it is with legal, there usually is a range of possibilities in the middle; it depends. This marks the third consecutive year we’ve published legal industry predictions and we’d like to ... Read More »

Infographic: Snapshot of Law Firm Tech in 2015 and Beyond

Snapshot of Law Firm Tech in 2015

“So far history has been on the side of the sceptics,” wrote Michael Cross, a news editor with the UK-based Law Society Gazette. “For all the hype about a revolution in legal services since the 2007 Legal Services Act came into force, we have yet to see a technology-enabled new entrant disrupt the sector along the lines of Amazon or ... Read More »

Law Firm Science Fiction: De Sktop, The One

Law Firm Science Fiction De Sktop The One

Note:  The following is a guest post by Jeffrey Brandt. De Sktop Image stars in this science fiction thriller where he seeks to hunt down all variations of himself across the organizational universe. By killing off all of the other Images, his other selves, (becoming the last version) and absorbing their energies, he believes he will become an immortal godlike being ... Read More »

Tech Feast:  November Lineup of LexisNexis Legal Tech Webinars

November Lineup of LexisNexis Legal Tech Webinars

As the US celebrates a day of thanks this month with the traditional feast, we’ve put together a healthy list of webinars across small law, large law and corporate counsel segments. It’s a different type of feast, an information feast, and one that one won’t leave you feeling lethargic.  Second helpings, in the form of recordings, are usually sent out ... Read More »

Legal Tech Evolution: Discomfort and Lasting Relationships

Legal Tech Evolution Discomfort and Lasting Relationships

If law firms aren’t evolving at a suitable pace, then perhaps corporate counsel should engage in introspective thinking.  That’s according to D. Casey Flaherty, a former in-house counsel, turned consultant, who made a mark on the industry with the creation of the Legal Technology Audit. His commentary is timely given much of the conversation at the recent ILTA conference (ILTACON) ... Read More »