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We’ve written about law firms either partnering with, acquiring, or launching their own alternative legal service provider subsidiary several times in the past few years: And just this week, Greenberg Traurig announced the launch of Recurve, its new subsidiary that will offer alternative legal service provider services to its clients. According to Greenberg Traurig,: Recurve’s core focus areas are intended to include innovations in technology solutions, artificial intelligence, project management, alternative staffing, novel…
We’re so excited at Nimble to announce the launch of Nimble Essentials powered by LegalSifter! Starting as low as $49 per user per month, it’s a no-brainer for any organization that reviews contracts (so every organization). Nimble Essentials is PERFECT for busy small businesses, law firms, law departments, sales teams, sourcing, supply chain, and procurement teams. Now in a matter of minutes rather than hours or even days you can review contracts like: Non-disclosure…
We’re so excited at Nimble to announce the launch of Nimble Essentials powered by LegalSifter! Starting as low as $49 per user per month, it’s a no-brainer for any organization that reviews contracts (so every organization). Nimble Essentials is PERFECT for busy small businesses, law firms, law departments, sales teams, sourcing, supply chain, and procurement teams. Now in a matter of minutes rather than hours or even days you can review contracts like: Non-disclosure…
On April 3, 2019, we held our first Nimble Forum on Legal Innovation. We brought in panelists from Denver, New York City, Washington, D.C, Pittsburgh, Minneapolis, Raleigh. and also showcased some of Cleveland’s finest legal industry experts. Our agenda: Approaches to Legal Innvoation Keynote: Blockchain Briefing from the Global Legal Blockchain Consotrium Blockchain Panel Discussion Legal Technology Trends Legal Technology Roundtable Here are some of the Key Takeaways from our Panelists: Approaches to Legal…
In September, we hosted The Legal Industry Pressures Forum designed to tackle legal industry challenges. During the forum, Dave Cupar had a chance to give his perspective as the head of the intellectual property practice at McDonald Hopkins. As our industry continues to evolve within the 21st century, we are faced with obstacles that grow each year. Technology, alternative legal service providers, the internet and today’s changing economy has created barriers for firms.…
Last month, Axiom, an alternative legal service provider, filed a draft registration statement with the SEC to hold an initial public offering of shares of stock. This is a big deal in the legal industry. Law firms are not able to be publicly traded in the U.S. as ethical rules prohibit ownership of a law firm by non-lawyers. This limits the ability of law firms to raise capital. The ability of an…
Innovation in the legal industry isn’t limited to just technology. It takes many forms. A recent post by Roy Strom in the American Lawyer titled “Are Lawyers Ready to be Managed by Metrics?” and our April 3rd Nimble Legal Innovation Forum in Cleveland got me thinking about all the different ways innovation is taking hold in the legal industry. There will always be detractors because as Roy Strom wrote the “Legal Industry is…