Document automation tools helps legal departments overcome challenges associated with creating legal documents manually. However, misconceptions about automated processes discourage legal departments from implementing them. In this post, we debunk 5 myths about document automation so that you can take full advantage of it to focus on what matters most.
Faced with increasing information complexity, changing client demands and shifting market forces, legal professionals are turning to technology to help them achieve better outcomes. However, not all lawyers are doing so at the same pace, and those already leveraging technology have an early adopter advantage, including higher profitability and readiness to take on change, according to findings from the 2019 Future Ready Lawyer Survey from Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory.
For the very first time, Wolters Kluwer, Kalexius and Day One partnered for an event to discuss legal technology and new approaches to drive business success. “The Modern Legal Department: Succeeding with Legal Technology” took place on the 14th of March at Hotel Metropole in Geneva and was attended by in-house counsel who shared their opinions and questions during a two-hour interactive panel debate.
Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory is making it easier for corporate legal professionals to realize the full benefits of legal software specific to their needs with the introduction of the Legisway portfolio. The Legisway portfolio – consisting of Legisway Essentials (previously named effacts) and Legisway Enterprise (previously named Contrat’tech) – provides solutions for small-to-medium sized corporate legal departments (CLDs), designed by legal experts for legal experts.
As the March 29th deadline to negotiate the terms of UK’s exit from the EU looms, it appears as though talks will go right up to the wire. Arguments over the exit terms continue and it looks like nobody knows for sure what is going to happen next. The chance of a no-deal Brexit is increasingly likely. While many businesses […]