Things aren't exactly how we all imagined they would be right now, and that's putting it lightly. In these challenging times, we're here to provide education and techniques for weathering the storm as best as possible.
Without the right technology, tracking custodian status changes—such as departures, departmental transfers, or extended leaves of absence—is one of the more difficult jobs for in-house legal professionals involved in legal holds and preserving electronically store information (ESI).
During this time of uncertainty, law firms across the globe are facing unprecedented challenges. Like many other businesses, law firms everywhere are now finding their feet in the newly presented circumstances.
In the midst of a global pandemic and a rapid shift towards a new normal, nurturing positive client relationships is more important than ever before. Ensuring you remain an essential part of your clients’ path to success — and remain a part of their budget — is all about maintaining positive experiences, especially in uncertain times.
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic working from home is no longer a luxury, but a requirement. These unprecedented times have brought a lot of disruption for many businesses, causing them to change the way they operate on a day to day basis.
Most of our staff need to work from home now, and Teams seems the obvious means of collaboration. It’s important we don’t curb people’s productivity, but at the same time we’re concerned about information privacy and security protocols being breached if users are unwittingly careless. How can we achieve a safe middle ground?
Having a strong and positive personal brand will make you stand out from your peers. By identifying what your USPs are, you can use your strengths to progress your career. Doing this alongside performing well will get you noticed for all the right reasons!
Some legal software suppliers are backed by finance supplied by venture capitalists. VCs provide investment in the expectation of a handsome return; they are the ‘masters’ at the end of the day. This means a supplier can be conflicted at times between what is best for the customer and what is needed by the investors.
Nearly a third (29 per cent) of respondents are seeing chatbots in their daily working lives (up from 18 per cent last year), while 25 per cent are seeing wearable technology (up from 17 per cent last year).
By 2023, modern privacy regulations will cover 65% of the world’s personal data, up from 10% today. Moreover, self-service portals for preference and consent management will be far more prevalent than they are today.
There are a million videos and articles about staying mentally well and physically healthy during this time, but what people can do to use this time in a positive way to help their career or boost their skillset.