Ralph Vonderstein to provide insights with in-house legal professionals on how legal technology can help in transforming your legal department from a service center to a center of excellence.
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.
On May 1st Wolters Kluwer hosted a half-day event, “The Changing Role of the GC: A Proactive Approach to Challenges in Legislation & Technology,” for over 20 in-house professionals at the BMA House in London. Subject-matter experts shared best practices on dealing with regulatory issues including Brexit and how technology can help GCs assess Brexit-related risks and boost their effectiveness. The event was a success with in-house professionals sharing opinions about one of the last 12 month’s most discussed topics. […]
What trends will impact your small legal department in 2018? When we look back at 2017, it has been a year marked by changes in regulations (i.e. GDPR), legislative uncertainty (i.e. Brexit) and cyber threats (i.e. ransomware attacks). As such, the role of in-house lawyers has evolved – and in 2018 this evolution will be even more apparent.
ZyLAB, a leading provider of eDiscovery and Intelligent Information Governance solutions, today announced that Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory’s Legisway legal management software will now leverage ZyLAB’s advanced technology for contract discovery and analytics. As a result, Legisway will provide new benefits and productivity gains to users as it will automatically analyze and classify the content of contractual documents to provide immediate insight in contract type, contractual obligations, risks and opportunities.