Law firms are realizing that if tools aren’t in place to help capture or share case matters securely, it’s curbing collaboration and productivity, and records aren’t being appropriately retained. Learn about tools lawyers prefer to solve information governance issues as law firms transition rapidly to remote work and digitalization.Continue reading »
On a recent cross-country flight, I had the opportunity to catch up on some reading and had the good fortune to have downloaded the slide deck and speaking notes to a presentation that Russell Stalters did at LegalTech last year. Russell is the Director, Information & Data Management at BP and one of the most respected people in the records management field. The session was titled, “Don’t Build Your E-Discovery Program on a Digital Landfill” and although I didn’t see it live, I found the archived presentation very interesting. In fact, I think it’s a must readContinue reading »
The Colligo team recently participated in another interesting conference, this time it was the LegalTech East Conference in New York City. LegalTech is an important event for law firms and legal departments looking for practical information on technology to better manage their practice. This year’s conference attracted more than 14,000 attendees.
Colligo was definitely busy at the show and it was great to meet up with many of our east coast based customers and partners. In addition to having a booth at the conference, Colligo was also invited by Microsoft to speak at their very well attended “Super Session” on SharePoint. Trevor Dyck, Colligo’s Director of Product Management, did a presentation to a full house on how law firms and legal departments are deploying SharePoint client solutions for email and matter management and the importance of integrating Outlook with SharePoint. The session was moderated by Norm Thomas of Microsoft and also included Kevin Griffie of AIS and Matt Koch of Metalogix who did presentations on their company’s respective SharePoint solutions.Continue reading »