Thomson Reuters recently issued their report, ‘Alternative Legal Services Providers 2019’ (the 2019 ALSP Report), which assesses the impact of newlaw players across the legal services industry. The study’s sample of 550+ decision makers was drawn from the US, Canada […]
What are you buying when you invest in a document automation solution? InvestCEE’s LegalTech Marketplace partner Contract Mill argues that it is digital legal business rather than just another technology tool. When making an investment decision, understanding and defining the […]
Legal teams are comprised of some of a company’s most valuable resources, yet these highly trained, intelligent employees can often lack a place at the decision making table. This is ludicrous and defies logic. Why does this happen? Is it because the legal team is a ‘cost centre’ the resources of which should be kept to a minimum? Or is it because the legal team is sometimes seen as the ‘Department of No’ by the company within which they work?
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