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Addleshaw Goddard

Originally from Legal Marketing magazine vol 2 Issue 5: Organisations, today, have become reluctant to place any type of contract for legal service without some kind of competitive tendering process. As a result, law firms are increasingly required to flex their marketing muscle in order to survive. Indeed, it has become vital for firms to closely monitor their pitching techniques to ensure that their proposals are still meeting, if not exceeding, clients’ requirements.

Is anybody listening?

TECHNOLOGY HAS enabled mass communication at a level never before experienced. With over 12,000 specialist publications in the UK, enabled by improved technology and ever-reducing production costs, the ability to talk in a highly focused way is at a new threshold.

A hunt for better search tools

Finding the right piece of information when it''s needed and wherever it resides, is a critical capability for law firms. Davies Arnold Cooper sought to find the right search tool for fast, efficient access to information.

The expanding realm of IT

Jan Durant, IT director at Lewis Silkin, considers how lawyers'' use of technology has evolved to improve processes, cut costs and lessen the load on the workforce.

Learning to adapt

In May 2007 asb law announced the formation of asb aspire – a separate business focusing on the firm’s volume, process-driven legal work. Combining legal expertise and new technology for real-time updates, employee retraining was just one aspect of adaptation.

Davies Arnold Cooper

Finding the right piece of information when it''s needed, wherever it resides, is a critical capability for law firms. UK-based international firm Davies Arnold Cooper undertook the search to find the right tool to give fast, efficient access to information.

Dutch firm opts for BigHand

AFTER A short pilot, Dutch firm Trip Advocaten & Notarissen has decided to roll out BigHand software for digital dictation, provided by Morningstar Systems, across the firm.

Recommind unveils new technology

RECOMMIND, the enterprise search provider, has unveiled a document categorisation, review and analysis solution, which could significantly change the way in which litigation review and analysis is conducted. Axcelerate eDiscovery can assess responsiveness, privilege and issue relation before the review process begins, thereby reducing the amount of time required to conduct document review. It is the first product to offer automatic first-pass review of an entire document collection and the only solution offering patent pending one-click coding .Anthony M. Stiegler, litigation partner at Cooley Godward Kronish LLP, said: “We consider Recommind’s unique search and analysis functionality to be a fundamental component of our electronic document management and review capability, and a key to modernising the eDiscovery process.”   

Axxia partners with DocCorps to enhance DNA product

Originally From FD Legal magazine vol 1 Issue 6: PRACTICE-MANAGEMENT-system supplier Axxia, has partnered with global software company DocsCorp to extend the capabilities of Axxia’s DNA product. DocsCorp helps corporations, financial institutions, governments and law firms create, manage and store business-critical documents and forms in PDF – a format that is safe, secure and universal.

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