LAW AND TECHNOLOGY
The business rationale for law firms to switch to the cloud is clear, writes Janet Day of LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions, but there are two key issues they must address when it comes to cloud and data protection.
The law firms that will prosper in the future will be those that exhibit three key characteristics, explains Caffeine Partnership partner and Law Firm Marketing Summit 2016 speaker Simon Bailey.
Linking email security with email and document management processes is fundamental to preventing and mitigating the effects of cyberattacks, writes Roy Russell.
We must focus on the social media sites that publish or host 'revenge porn' images rather than on criminalising those who post them to effectively tackle the problem, writes Dr Samantha Pegg of Nottingham Law School.
The US presidential election campaign has created a national dialogue about what it takes to create a hostile work environment and could change judges' perspectives on the issue, writes trial lawyer Reuben Guttman.
Ciaran Fenton outlines seven issues he perceives in the relationship between the in-house legal team and the business.
As firms continue to look overseas for growth and law tech expertise, Northern Ireland is increasingly on their radar, writes Alastair Hamilton.