An intelligent, careful lawyer will know the most likely legal reasons an IT implementation will fail and will know what to expect from the earliest stages of the engagement.
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A federal judge has sentenced Sun Prairie's former information technology director to two years in prison for stealing more than $500,000 from the city to build computers he sold online.
Joining the likes of .gov, .com and .edu, the legal industry now is able to carve out its own space online.
In the not-so-distant past, the IT department usually served as blend of fix-it shop and complaint desk. They’ve evolved since then, though many firms still underutilize their IT departments because they see technology in a reactive way.
Eager to cut costs, large firms nationwide are taking some of their employees out of the office.
Information technology touches every part of a law firm, from basic day-to-day operations to larger security issues. So changing an IT provider, whether in-house or an outside vendor, can be potentially painful.
Technology, when applied properly, adds value and helps firms grow.
As technology reshapes the practice of law, paralegals often find themselves becoming the experts in trial applications or researching a firm’s next case-management system.
IT Specialists Professional of the Year Joe Bichanich Knowledge management/process improvement managers, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP Jason Milligan Knowledge management/process improvement managers, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP Last summer, the outlook for Michael Best & Friedrich LLP’s new document management system was bleak. Consultants who’d been working for several months to [...]
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