Legalcomplex has noted 455 mergers and acquisitions (M&A) involving companies in the legal market. Ten of those deals made headlines this year at Law.com. Yet as of August, it had registered 110 M&A events in the legal space for 2019. Legalcomplex ran the numbers to find out what’s driving M&A activity in the legal sector.
Clifford Chance Applied Solutions is a separate entity affiliated with the magic circle firm led by former practicing attorney and legaltech veteran Jeroen Plink. As the legal marketplace continues to evolve, this team intends to adapt with an unparalleled combination of technology and legal expertise.
African entrepreneurs, law firms and tech companies are producing transformative legal service solutions in challenging regulatory and operational environments.
Marcus Weinberger is only 16, but he is already giving presentations on cyber security at IT conferences across the world.
Through contractual protections and proactive supply chain management, it is possible to put firms in the best position possible to protect themselves and their customers.
Many firms have upped their game and can no longer be considered the ‘soft underbelly’ of cyber security, as some once called them. But there is still some way to go. What do you think remains the most significant security hurdle for the legal market and law firms in particular?
In February, the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) confirmed Joy Heath Rush as its new CEO. Jeffrey Brandt talked to her about the future of ILTA.
Technology driven disruption can be good for organisations, if they can use it to develop and are prepared to continually learn and adapt.
As technology has fully integrated itself into nearly every aspect of legal practice, law firms are finding themselves in possession of large and ever-growing volumes of data. It’s crucial that law firms figure out how to manage that data and use it to benefit the firm.