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How to share legal entity information with stakeholders in 2 steps?

Corporate housekeeping requires collaboration among stakeholders, including C-level executives, legal and tax advisors, compliance professionals, investment managers, and others. Traditionally, information is shared through email or a public workspace in the organization, which is neither practical nor secure. Instead, controlling access to information is good practice, just like providing data in a visually attractive and user-friendly way.

Legal Entity Management: Workflow Automation & Reporting

Legal entity management is key to navigating complex organizations, especially in a digital environment that is highly dependent on corporate data and streamlined work processes. Whether assigned to the legal team or a business unit, people entrusted with corporate governance tasks are responsible for efficiently coordinating all legal entities of the group: holdings, operational companies, SPVs, subsidiaries, and branches. Carefully designed workflows and reporting are inevitable in this context.

Legal Entity Management: Structuring Corporate Data

Corporate housekeeping has traditionally been the task of legal professionals - for a good reason. Providing risk management support to business clients, lawyers are expected to set up and safeguard the corporate foundations, watch over periods of growth and expansion, and mitigate risks in times of uncertainty. Yet navigating complex corporate structures may easily get challenging even for the best legal teams - especially in a digital environment where data accuracy and system security have become top priorities.

Capturing the value of legal services: data-driven practice management

Traditionally lawyers have been measuring the value of their input in correlation with the time spent on legal work. While tracking time is relatively quick and easy, capturing the true worth of legal services can be a challenge. Yet demonstrating added value is increasingly needed in light of a changing economy and client pressures to reduce bills. Digital tools designed for the legal industry allow a shift away from the billable hour and enable workflow data analytics that capture valuable human expertise. 

Legal Practice Management: Essentials for Small to Mid-Size Firms

A legal practice management system structures legal work with workflows and information that support the business of law. Business metrics are equally important to small and large law firms, yet until recently, smaller firms and solo lawyers could not afford the IT infrastructure and administration involved in a legal practice management system. This article highlights questions to ask vendors when shopping around for cloud-based legal practice management.

Matters.Cloud Legal Practice Management for Small to Mid-Size Firms

When selecting a cloud-based legal practice management solution, lawyers need to assess how well a vendor understands how to support digital legal services; simplifies the tasks involved in digitally managing clients, matters, finances, and documents; and handles data security. InvestCEE selected Matters.Cloud to feature on the LegalTech Marketplace because it meets those requirements especially for the smaller firms in our legal innovation ecosystem.
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