April 11, 2019 by Lee Matthews
Last year, we introduced our Legal Holds module, which enables legal departments to confidently implement a defensible and repeatable process for legal holds, with automated workflows and integrated reporting that delivers visibility into the legal holds process and reduces organizational risk. At...Read more
April 10, 2019 by Alyza Tarmohamed
At the General Counsel and Compliance Strategy Forum held recently in Oxfordshire, I had the opportunity to share some of Wolters Kluwer’s expertise on artificial intelligence (AI) for legal departments. My presentation focused on the benefits AI can bring to legal operations and how best to...Read more
April 8, 2019 by Nathan Cemenska
This article was originally published in Legaltech News . "There is tremendous pressure on younger lawyers to produce 2,000, 2,200, 2,400 billable hours. Well, that produces an unlivable kind of life. People who are in [some] firms do not have time to perform community service. They don’t have time...Read more
April 4, 2019 by Raj Sethuraman
This item was originally published by Forbes , where Raj Sethuraman is a member of the Forbes Technology Council . Both consumer and business technologies tend to be oriented toward efficiency, from the explosion of on-demand everything to discourse around artificial intelligence (AI). But when it...Read more
April 1, 2019 by Rich Surace
This post is a message from Rich Surace, VP of Operations, to Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions’ customer service professionals. We share it here so that our customers know how much we appreciate their feedback and understand how central it is to our mission as a company. Having worked for over 20...Read more
March 25, 2019 by Nathan Cemenska
This post was coauthored with Joel Surdykowski . You see the word on firm websites, in attorney bios, on billboards: “Experienced.” You should hire me because I am an experienced litigator. You should hire my team because we have a combined X years of experience. “Experience you can trust.” But how...Read more
March 14, 2019 by Nathan Cemenska
This article was originally published in Legaltech News . The bystander effect, one of the most empirically-validated effects in social psychology, occurs when the presence of bystanders causes individuals to ignore a situation they could have helped. Think ten Olympic swimmers each passively...Read more
March 14, 2019 by Barry Ader
Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions conducted a survey of legal and insurance claims professionals to understand their customer service expectations with respect to Enterprise Legal Management providers. The results show that they aren’t just looking for software vendors; they are looking for partners...Read more
February 28, 2019 by Mark Stapleton
The Alternative In-House Technology Summit , which was recently held near London, provided further proof, if any were needed, that the legal operations function continues to grow in Europe. This is true both in terms of the number of people working in the profession and in the level of value they...Read more