Legal technology is booming, but with so many solutions on the market, how do you decide what’s right for your department?
Sophie Gould, head of In-house, LexisNexis, discusses the key findings from their new report, based on the largest survey on the usage and implementation of legal in-house tech in the UK.
Emily O’Neill, Group IP & Litigation Counsel for Spectris plc, outlines the legal conundrums to be solved in implementing internet of things (IoT) solutions.
Sophie Gould, head of PSL In-house at Lexis Nexis, looks at how some organisations are encouraging wider corporate engagement with GDPR compliance.
The clock is ticking down to the General Data Protection Regulation coming into force in May 2018. As an in-house lawyer, what do you need to know, and more importantly, what do you need to do? Robert Rutherford provides an in-depth, back to basics guide.
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Paul Cummins, head of Legal at Milton Keynes Council and a member of the In-House Division committee, offers a practical, nine-step guide to implementing the General Data Protection Regulation in your organisation.
Georgie Collins explains how in-house counsel are increasingly vital to an organisation’s cybersecurity strategy - and its response to a cyber-attack.
Using three case studies, Paul Taylor explains how technology can help simplify the work of in-house lawyers, and increase their value to the business
Sue Pratt explains how technology can help lawyers, and provides a guide to choosing the right solution for your team