The landscape of information management is changing, driven by security, governance, evolving business models and preferences of today’s modern professionals for how they expect and want to deliver the highest quality client service.
Join us for the Edinburgh / Dublin leg of our European roadshow as we take an in-depth look at the latest technology and innovation from iManage.
Items to be covered include:
By 2018, an average of 139.4 billion business email messages will be sent and received each day. While properly filing an email takes only seconds, those seconds add up to hours of lost productivity per user per week. During this roadshow, attendees will learn best practices for creating a successful email management strategy to save both time and money.
Ben Firth is the Head of UK Operations at DocAuto. With over 10 years of experience in the legal information technology industry, Ben specializes in HP WorkSite solutions and has extensive experience in technical training, implementations, business development and the management of sales channels. He uses his high energy and passion for all things IT to address client needs, expand the UK team and continue to grow DocAuto's presence across the region. Contact Ben at email@example.com.
Law firms are increasingly faced with justifying their billable time and/or being asked to complete projects within a fixed-fee arrangement. If a firm's users are not sufficiently skilled in the technology that supports their workflows, it creates inefficiencies and increased billable hours. By encouraging lawyers and staff to become skilled and certified in a set of law firm approved core technology competencies, a firm increases its competitive advantage by reassuring clients that their chosen law firm has the most suitable skillset for dealing with their matters.
What to expect
Topics will include:
- The changes in the legal market which make technological competence a must
- The importance of lawyer and staff training to a firm
- The importance of core competencies
- Which skills should be targeted in a core competency program
- Tips for introducing a core competency mindset to your firm, and how to start implementing core standards as part of your staff development programs
- Information on how other firms have implemented core competencies
- Information on LTC4* (Legal Technology Core Competencies Certification Coalition)
*LTC4 consists of a steering group of senior training professionals from leading law firms in the U.K. and U.S., along with Capensys. The coalition has developed a set of legal technology core competencies for lawyers and staff.
BigHand aims to deliver innovative productivity-enhancing software to busy time-focused professionals, wherever and whenever they need it.
Since the last BigHand conference in February, the technical team have developed various new products and now you will be able to view, what's new with BigHand in person – and find out how to make the most out of your BigHand software.
What to expect
12.00 - 12.15:
12.15 - 1.00PM:
Lunch and Networking
1.00 - 1.45:
1.45 - 2.00:
Presentation on 'what's next' from BigHand
2.15 - 2.30:
Closing and final networking
Who will benefit
The road show is open to anyone who would like to find out more about BigHand and the latest developments. People who attended before have been:
Document production unit managers
If you are unsure whether it would be suitable for you, please contact your Account Manager or Briana McCrory either via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)20 7940 5949
We cordially invite you to attend an ARCS User Group meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland at the offices of Brodies, on Friday 13 September, from 10:00 am to 15:30 pm.
We extend many thanks to Brodies for hosting this event.
As always we have a flexible agenda, but we will definitely present the following items:
· An open demonstration of changes to the ARCS 2G software.
Join us for an exclusive LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions Client Event; an ‘Executive Briefing’ designed to inform and update those whose remit is to align their organisation’s business objectives and technology strategy, and want to understand how they can maximise their existing LexisNexis technology investments.
BigHand has announced the details of their annual briefings that take place at venues across the UK, starting with the London event on 19th June. BigHand will be demonstrating how the latest BigHand version 4.2.2, new speech recognition components, and the latest smartphone releases and integrations can deliver further efficiency gains at law firms.
What to expect
The briefings are designed to offer you the opportunity to network with peers and to discuss issues that are shaping your firm's technology strategy, BigHand related or otherwise. They are also an opportunity for BigHand to learn about your requirements for future technologies, ensuring that customers and potential customers have input into the direction of BigHand’s product development.
If you have any questions regarding the briefings please do not hesitate to get in touch via email: email@example.com or by calling +44 (0)20 7940 5949.
The Law Society of Scotland and the Faculty of Advocates are planning their fifth annual World Intellectual Property Day event in Edinburgh on Friday 27 April 2012, from 12 noon to 2pm.
World IP Day is on 26 April each year, and The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva set up this global event in 2000. World IP Day aims to make us aware of the impact of IP on daily life, teach us about how IP protection promotes creativity and innovation, celebrate the contribution of creativity/innovation to society and encourage respect for IP rights.
Social media use in the workplace has become a fact of life for employers. It can, however, be a double edged sword if not managed properly. Employment Law expert David Morgan, Partner at Burness LLP presents on how employers can anticipate the dangers and implement a social media policy to ensure that the opportunities outweigh the risks.
What to expect
He will focus on how staff comments on social media (both at work and outside of work) can impact on an employer, what action should be taken to address this and how employers can use social media to their advantage in a range of employment scenarios, ranging from recruitment to disciplinary action. Finally, the seminar will cover the risk of loss of confidential information and the interplay with restrictive covenants.
Who will benefit
The seminar will be of interest to anyone involved in or considering the use of social media to promote their business, as well as in-house lawyers concerned about the impact social media could have on the reputation and image of their business. This seminar is a 'mustsee' for all in-house lawyer who advise the HR function of their organisation.