Legal Technology and the In-house Lawyer

Inside counsel have differing needs than lawyers working in firms, but many of a lawyer's tasks remain the same regardless of setting. In any case, the risks of failing to implement the right tools to perform these tasks can be significant.

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Executive Brief: Knowledge, know-how, and the ability to respond with confidence
Learn the Keys to Position Yourself as Trusted Corporate Advisor.
Complimentary Attorney Client Privilege Checklist
Attorney-client communications are not always privileged. A key role of in-house counsel involves training employees to understand these limits. Download the checklist to learn more now.
Patent Market Tracker: 2016 Annual Patent Trends
This report details trends uncovered through patent reassignment data and summarizes the patent transfer activities of the second half of 2015, providing the cleanest, and most timely US patent assignment data available.
Complimentary Competitive Surveillance Report
This sample Competitive Surveillance report analyzes a single, client-specified competitor and provides insights on competitor patent holdings, number and quality of patents held, filing trends, technology composition, position in select markets, and key inventors.
How Corporations are Taking Control of Litigation Data
Multi-Matter Repositories Enable Efficient E-Discovery and Compliance.
It's All in the Approach: Internal Investigations
As corporations go global, the importance of conducting pertinent, effective and defensible investigations also grows. Investigations are no longer limited to employee issues, such as violation of work rules or other misconduct. They now include more critical matters.
Making it Count: Budgeting Success for General Counsel & Legal Department.
As corporations go global, the importance of conducting pertinent, effective and defensible investigations also grows. Investigations are no longer limited to employee issues, such as violation of work rules or other misconduct. They now include more critical matters.
Catching The Wave: Legal Technology Spend At $3 Billion and Growing
To understand the trends impacting the legal technology landscape, the size of the legal technology market, and the growth rates across each segment of that market.
Which is More Effective: Keyword Search or TAR?
An Open Look at Keyword Search vs. Predictive Analytics.
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