Legal Ops professionals rely on making good business decisions – that’s tough without tons of supporting data. But more data may overwhelm your team and cause “analysis paralysis” where uncertainty…
doeLEGAL was honored with a write-up in ALM’s LegalTech News yesterday regarding the new solution enhancements we are announcing for LegalTech NY 2016 on Feb 2-4, 2016. This is the…
doeLEGAL, innovator of collaborative legal services for corporate legal departments and law firms, is proud to be listed as one of the founding sponsors of the newly formed Association of…
The 2013 Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) National Meeting was just held in Los Angeles, California Oct 27-30. This event is where the heads of most of the most influential corporate legal departments come to share successes and learn from one another.
There’s more to legal spend management than online billing. While it’s true that online billing and the reports an online billing program generates can make it easier for a corporation to track its outside legal costs, managing those costs requires a commitment to communicate, collaborate, consolidate, and control your legal expenses.
Legal Project Planning, just like the recent construction project we undertook to our house, takes careful planning that should be monitored and measured during every work phase. To help address this task, project managers use milestones as a means for evaluating a project’s performance.
For years I have had the good fortune to work on hundreds and hundreds of litigations…from both the law firm and corporate perspective. I have seen many innovative efforts to create best processes for success. Working with corporate and law firm managers on a regular basis, I always stress the importance of utilizing a project management approach to litigation, particularly for determining labor and cost expectations and handling e-billing functions.
KONICA MINOLTA had very clear and defined criteria of what they needed a legal service provider to deliver in order to accomplish their legal department’s Legal Spend Management initiative. ASCENT™ was chosen for its flexibility, ease of use, robust reporting capability, and predictable value-driven pricing model.
Every general counsel, managing partner, corporate attorney, administrator, claims manager, or compliance manager has a particular analytic report that they use to help them direct the company forward.
Electronic Discovery, a.k.a. eDiscovery, is the process of collecting electronic data with the purpose of using it as evidence in a legal case. With today’s growing integration of technology into the business work process, what constitutes relevant data is becoming increasingly harder to manage. Emails, sms, images, calendars, databases, audio files, websites and even computer programs form important data sources that must be considered during forensic data collection.