Large law firms and other professional services firms are using machine learning to make the contract review process dramatically faster and more accurate.
The need for secure, compliant, and efficient information control has driven the adoption of file sharing and enterprise SaaS collaboration solutions.
Legal departments can use technology to increase efficiency and maintain strong information security, control, and governance within their enterprise.
The role of the General Counsel has evolved considerably to include important risk management and business decision-making responsibilities.
Intralinks decided to host the webcast because risk — both managing and preparing for it — is the crux of what keeps a General Counsel up at night. The Chief Legal Officer, Chief Compliance Officer, or Corporate Secretary (sometimes all three roles are filled by the same person), is responsible for protecting their company from risk… a tall order in today’s global, information-rich world.
At the Argyle Chief Legal Officer Forum, a gathering of 200 global corporate counsels met to discuss the challenges facing legal departments. Intralinks was a key sponsor of the event that including a panel introduction, sales introductions to targeted CLOs and a presentation table.
When I attend conferences for law department managers, four themes invariably get top billing: (1) controlling costs; (2) demonstrating the legal department's value to the organization; (3) managing staff and workloads; and (4) technology trends. Often, these themes are discussed in isolation of one another.