Since its inception nearly 150 years ago, prominent West Coast law Firm Miller Nash had used traditional systems to manage its documents and records. However, recent growth and outdated technology necessitated that the firm upgrade its systems and move to a modern and streamlined solution.
ILTACON 2017 was a huge success! FileTrail’s team met with clients, consultants, and law firms of all sizes throughout the conference. We were busy all day, every day, doing demos. Some people got to see FileTrail’s records management software in-action for the first time, while many dropped by to see a preview of our latest upgrades.
Two more prominent law firms: Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP; and Miller & Martin decide to move to FileTrail.
Recently FileTrail announced the release of several new features that make it easier for firms to switch from LegalKEY to FileTrail. Many of these features were developed because LegalKEY is no longer being updated to address current industry standards.
In Part 1 of this series, Patrick and I discussed some of the industry’s biggest IG trends, as well as why compliance keeps getting more complex. This week, we’ll be exploring what’s behind the increase in IG audits. Patrick will also share some of his best advice for laws firms that are scrambling to comply with rapidly evolving IG directives.
Recently, I had a conversation with Patrick Tisdale on the topic of information governance (IG) at law firms today. Tisdale’s expertise is impressive. Prior to founding Tees River Consulting, he was the CKO of Dentons and CIO of McKenna, Long and also CIO at Orrick. Here’s a transcript of our conversation, which delves deep into how and why information governance is more complex than ever. He also has some answers about how to fix your IG processes and procedures if they’re broken.