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Keeping Information Governance Simple (CHANGE) - Part 3

Take for example, a law firm, an acquisition occurs when one law firm hires multiple partners from another, smaller firm. An acquisition can consist of two partners with one or more associates, a practice group, a branch office of a law firm, or an entire firm. A merger situation differs from an acquisition in that a merger usually involves two law firms of roughly equal size and reputation that come together to create a new entity

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How to Sell InfoGov to C-Level Executives

Before joining FileTrail, I worked for a law firm for eight years...At the law firm, my executive sponsor was my executive director...IT cares about infrastructure and in a law firm environment, keeping the lawyers happy

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Consulting Redux

I had enjoyed success in moving up the management ladder in the law firm environment and was entrusted with responsibilities that spanned beyond the RIM program – and that was great experience and I learned much – but it was taking me too far away from what I really love; developing and implementing programs to successfully manage information

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(e)Discovering OCR

Conversion Law firms need to efficiently handle the high volume of incoming documents for discovery demands...Search At law firms, the management of documents, depositions, filings, and court proceedings leaves no room for error

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All Needle, No Haystack: Bring Predictive Analysis to Information Governance

In this session, the founder of the TREC Legal Track and former Co-Chair of Working Group 1 of The Sedona Conference discusses how analytics may be used by law firms to add value to their client’s information governance issues, including with respect to business intelligence, e-record archiving, and record classification, retention and remediation. 5.15.finding the-signal-in-the-noise jason-baron from AIIM Jason R

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A SharePoint "Etch"?

In 1987, I got sucked into a document management system for a law firm

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Another Great LegalTech 2012

Many law firms negotiate sometimes exotic or at least uncommon requests or they have found out that TIFF is not the best format to produce XLS (formulas), PPT (animations) or video

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From Quantitative to Qualitative Early Case Assessment

There are more and more high-end law firms who prefer to make money providing valuable legal advice to their clients (for instance in a settlement process), which also has a much higher margin to them than a low-value and low-margin document processing and review services and which also results in happier (returning) clients

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Death of a Trade Show

Some of those vacated booths were filled by providers servicing the value chain du jour -- in this case New York equals financial services with a drill-down to law firms

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