While moving to more agile, flexible and mobile work practices might seem daunting, there are proven tactics and techniques that can be employed to improve service delivery. One organisation that has mastered service delivery in the world of remote work is iManage.
We’re quickly approaching the end of 2020, a year that has proven truly transformative for the modern law firm. Amidst a global pandemic, law firm leaders have faced the challenge - and opportunity - of accelerating digital transformation with their firms.
After the second quarter of 2020 saw the lowest levels of global mergers and acquisitions in over a decade (US$485 billion, down over 50 percent from nearly $1 trillion last year), the trend is now pointing towards recovery.
For law firms, knowledge management (KM) has been and will continue to be a key competitive advantage. However, changing market conditions, new ways of working and advanced technologies are forcing law firms to rethink the traditional view of KM.
Long working hours, high-pressure stakes and an ever-evolving market contribute to the everyday stresses of being a lawyer in the modern world. In the legal industry, any means that can help alleviate the stress and pressure being put on lawyers is welcome - especially if it allows them to do a better job for their clients.
Osler is a leading business law firm practising internationally from offices across Canada and in New York. The firm’s clients include industry and business leaders in all segments of the market and at various stages in the growth of their businesses.
From the proliferation of technological adoption to the emergence of new use cases and ways to win client work, our latest roundtable sparked a lively discussion with our law firm customers on the future of the legal industry and how it has been impacted by COVID-19.