It’s a great question to ask, “Does my software vendor have my best interests in mind?” Ideally, you want to ask that question before choosing a vendor. However, even after choosing a vendor, the performance and interests of your software provider are something you should be assessing on a regular
Corporate culture – it’s a term that has been bandied about so much in recent years that it’s become something of a buzzword, and has lost a lot of its impact. However, despite that, creating a positive business culture is more crucial now than at any previous point in history.
No organization is an island. Every business has partners, whether on the delivery or supply side or in some other capacity. The challenge for compliance leaders is that every partner brings with them additional risk. Third-party risk can be challenging to quantify and protect against – after all, it stems
Historically, the legal profession has been gun shy — reluctant to adopt technology with the ability to provide law firms a competitive advantage. However, with the recent rise in technological solutions customized for the legal sector, that’s rapidly changing. How Can Technology Give a Law Firm a Competitive Advantage? Innovative
When it comes to communication technology for your law firm, you need to consider what constitutes the best possible client experience.
The legal profession has rich and storied traditions. Unfortunately, this has helped contribute to the perception that it is overly conservative. In this article, we'll examine 5 reasons law firms should invest in technology now.
The general counsel plays a crucial role in today’s world. General Counsel success does not come automatically. From strategic plan development to assisting with COVID-19 responses, a GC must be able to balance competing priorities, clarify actions, and much more. What makes one GC more effective than another? Ultimately, it
Compliance often feels like it is set in stone, but the truth is that change does happen here. And, while it’s often slow, there are times when rapid shifts must be made.
While COVID-19 might not have been mastered, many organizations are already planning their return to the workplace. While this is the hoped-for outcome, a prolonged remote work period means that it’s critical to go into this phase with a strategy in hand, particularly when it comes to the role and