In-house lawyers expect artificial intelligence to cut firms’ bills

This article was written by Michael Cross for the Law Gazette and can be found at https://www.lawgazette.co.uk/in-house-lawyers-expect-artificial-intelligence-to-cut-firms-bills-/5067832.article 75% of GCs expect to benefit from lower fees, improved quality and faster turnaround times – report. Three quarters of in-house counsel expect firms to cut their bills by adopting new technologies – but more than a third do[…]

GCs Expect More Cybersecurity Responsibility

This article was written by Sol Dolor for Australasian Lawyer. The original article was found via: https://www.australasianlawyer.com.au/news/gcs-expect-more-cybersecurity-responsibility-249663.aspx   In-house lawyers are bracing for a bigger role in cybersecurity, particularly compliance, in the next year, according to new data. A survey from the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) reveals that 67% of in-house lawyers expect their teams have more[…]

Facebook’s GDPR Challenge and the Conundrum of Consent

This article was written by Ian Lopez for Legaltechnews. The original article can be found at: https://www.law.com/legaltechnews/2018/05/04/facebooks-gdpr-challenge-and-the-conundrum-of-consent/?kw=Facebook%27s%20GDPR%20Challenge%20and%20the%20Conundrum%20of%20Consent&et=editorial&bu=Law%20Technology%20News&cn=20180509&src=EMC-Email&pt=Editor%27s%20Pick Previously a looming afterthought for compliance professionals and siren song for privacy experts, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was cast under a new spotlight in the congressional hearings of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in wake of the Cambridge Analytica[…]

3 Ways the GDPR Will Change How Legal Professionals Work

This article was written by Ben Hancock for CorporateCounsel. The original article can be found at: https://www.law.com/corpcounsel/2018/05/02/3-ways-the-gdpr-will-change-how-legal-professionals-work/?kw=3%20Ways%20the%20GDPR%20Will%20Change%20How%20Legal%20Professionals%20Work&et=editorial&bu=Corporate%20Counsel&cn=20180502&src=EMC-Email&pt=AfternoonUpdate It’s no secret that the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is overhauling how companies must deal with personal data. But the massive law, which takes effect May 25, is also creating big changes for the way lawyers and other legal professionals[…]

New rivalries emerge as law firms race to innovate ahead of GDPR deadline

New regulation is often said to stifle business. The opposite is happening for legal services providers in response to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will kick in next year. The GDPR changes how companies that do business in Europe can share and store personal data. It is also providing a glimpse into what a legal[…]