Bridgeway Software, the most recommended provider of legal services management solutions, has announced that the Company is driving its solutions and technology roadmap to further support in-house law department operations. As part of this new initiative, Bridgeway is sponsoring a two-session track at this year’s LegalTech New York titled, Legal Operations: Forming a New Identity
NEW YORK, NY and ALBUQUERQUE, NM, Jan. 25, 2012 – LiquidPracticeTM, the first practice management application written to operate in Microsoft’s Office365, offers a total cloud office targeted to small and medium-size law firms. The company is co-founded by several seasoned software entrepreneurs, including Chairman Bill Bice, the founder of ProLaw Software, now owned by Thomson Reuters.
The continuous growth of electronically stored information, combined with the need to rapidly and accurately respond to discovery and investigation requirements, dictate a more strategic approach to eDiscovery in order to control cost and reduce overall risk and exposure. Next week, CommVault will be leading several sessions with legal experts to provide best practices and insight on how to effectively manage information and quickly gain visibility and control over the eDiscovery process.
As we approach LegalTech New York next week, oft referred to as the Super Bowl of legal technology events, there are any number of helpful blogs and articles telling new attendees what to expect, where to go, what to say, what to do. Undoubtedly, there’s some utility to this approach, but since we’ll be in New York, I think it’s appropriate to take a more skeptical approach and proffer a list of what *NOT* to do at LTNY.
Next week from January 30 – February 1, we will be exhibiting at one of the largest and most important legal technology events of the year, LegalTech®. It is a huge resource for law firms and legal departments to get hands-on practical information for improving their law practice management.