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Technically Legal is a podcast about legal tech, legal innovation and the impact of tech on the law and legal industry. In each episode we interview an innovator in the legal industry. Guests discuss how technology is changing the practice of law and how they are implementing legal technology and innovation into their legal departments and law firms. The podcast is hosted by Chad Main, an attorney and founder of Percipient, a tech-enabled legal services provider. Chad launched Percipient on ...
 
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Casey Flaherty, Chief Strategy Officer for Lex Fusion, makes his second appearance on Technically Legal. This time around, Casey discusses his thesis that organizations often turn to technology as an avoidance mechanism for addressing issues with process and culture. Casey has deep experience with legal process from all angles, he started his caree…
 
In the first episode of 2022, Mike Suchsland of the LegalTech Fund and Bridge Investments talks about investing in legal technology. Mike has been in legal tech before it was even a thing. He started his career with Wolters Kulwer in the 1990s and ultimately ended up climbing high up the corporate ladder at Thomson Reuters. He started as Thomson’s …
 
Our next featured podcast Woman Leader is Carmin Ballou and she is the Director of Data Insights & Analytics at ALAS. She sits down with our WWL group and talks about her Peer to Peer article, mentors, leadership, and more! About ILTA’s Women Who Lead Advisory Committee put out a call for names earlier this year to identify women who have recently …
 
For the Winter 2021 issue of Peer to Peer, ILTA's Director of Publications and Press, Beth Anne Stuebe, sits down with ILTA CEO, Joy Heath Rush, to talk end of year and forward-planning goals for 2022. Tune in now!ILTA - International Legal Technology Association
 
Legal ethics attorney Jim Doppke returns for an encore appearance to discuss the impact that legal tech and legal innovation have on the Rules of Professional Conduct and other rules that govern how lawyers practice law. Jim explains how Model Rules of Professional Conduct 1.1 (Lawyer’s Duty of Competence) and 5.3 (Responsibilities Regarding Nonlaw…
 
Join us for the first season of the ILTA DEI podcast, EQUITABLE CONVERSATIONS. This all-new podcast is hosted by Karina Willes, PhD, MBA, PMP, Senior Project Manager at Foley & Lardner LLP, and ILTA’s own Beth Anne Stuebe, Director of Publications and Press. They sit down with a rotating series of ILTAns, industry leaders, and SMEs in legal and tec…
 
Extensive and unexpected technology expenditures in the past year have motivated C-Level and Director level executives to reexamine and refine justifications for new products and projects. This podcast session will highlight practical tips for the effective creation of a business case. Questions Glenn will ask Kate: · Kate, you were pretty excited …
 
Sentiment analysis is becoming more and more standard for eDiscovery review. In this podcast session, the speaker will give some real life examples of how this AI technology has helped in litigations and investigations. Questions Andrea will ask Paul: 1. What is sentiment analysis? 2. How could this help an organization? 3. Can you give 3 examples …
 
For Episode #6 of the Europe edition of Fresh Voices of Legal Tech, Mercedes Oppon-Kusi, ILTA Community Manager - Europe, and Leanne Williams, founder of InclusiTech and Business Analyst, sit down with Nicola Graham, Co-Founder & Managing Director at Simplify Change Ltd to chat about Adapting to Accelerating Technology Change. They chat about the i…
 
Moving to a self-service model for support has many advantages, including faster service for users and fewer redundant tasks for support staff. Over time, a successful self-service model can lead to fewer requests overall, as users learn how to avoid issues and quickly resolve them on their own. In this discussion, we’ll cover how you can shift you…
 
Looking for an in-house counsel job? Wondering what companies look for when hiring legal professionals? Well, this episode is for you. Bruce Byrd, General Counsel for cybersecurity company Palo Alto Networks, talks about what he looks for when he is hiring for his legal team. Like many in-house attorneys, Bruce worked a few years at a law firm and …
 
Eric Farber, attorney and writer, visits the Technically Legal Podcast to talk about Creators Legal, a LegalZoom like app for creators and those in the entertainment industry. Creators Legal offers self serve industry contracts drafted by experienced lawyers. It makes sense that Eric launched a legal tech company for creative types. He started his …
 
As firms have adjusted to our new normal, and some necessary changes had to be made in the delivery of legal services, new possibilities that were once far off aspirations are now available. These new opportunities require new knowledge and skills to enable the workforce to do new or changing jobs to meet digital transformation opportunities. In th…
 
A c-suite conversation with Andrew Edginton, COO, Gowling WLG, and James Quinn, CEO, Clarilis. Innovation with impact in the field of drafting automation: What are the pitfalls to avoid and how to measure success. In this podcast, Andrew Edginton, Chief Operating Officer for Gowling WLG, and James Quinn, CEO of Clarilis share insight on how to achi…
 
We talk to Nicole Clark, Co-Founder of Trellis, an AI-powered state court research and analytics platform. Like many entrepreneurs before her, Nicole came up with the idea for Trellis to “scratch her own itch”. She was burning the midnight oil on a pleading she needed to get on file for a client (prior to launching Trellis, she was a litigator). Sh…
 
In this podcast interview session, the speaker will provide an overview of Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps and why it is important. There will be a heavy focus on Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps as this will be the most natural fit for firms. Questions Chris will ask Idan: - What is Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps ? (Begins at 00:36) - How do…
 
The legal community responded to the impact of the pandemic and lockdown by innovating rapidly and adopting virtual hearings. The UK commercial courts were ahead of the curve and delayed only four cases during the national lockdown period. International arbitration matters continued to be heard around the world. The real innovation lies beyond just…
 
In this podcast session, the speakers will discuss changes, challenges, and approaches to supporting enterprise users at their homes. Helpful timeframe of questions asked/responses in the respective podcast: (00.39 - 2:37) "What are the Challenges of Supporting Enterprise Users Remotely?" (2:38 - 4:38) "Did everyone use Citrix and apply to everyone…
 
In this podcast interview session, the speaker will flesh out some of those options as well as tools to have in-house to help make small firms more self-sufficient. The goal is to walk away with more knowledge. Moderator: @Tyler Crabtree - ​eDiscovery Specialist, Browne George Ross O'Brien Annaguey & Ellis LLP Speaker: @Monique Sever - Paralegal/Li…
 
In this brief podcast, we hope to bring continued awareness to current cybersecurity vulnerabilities and how cybercriminals are evolving to target individuals/businesses using legitimate-looking emails and social media messages. Moderator: @Carolyn Bragiel - Advisor, Legal E-discovery, Cardinal Health​ Speaker: ​Marissa McDermid - Program Manager, …
 
In this podcast, the speaker will discuss how to best leverage technology to facilitate collaboration and task tracking, design workflows that systematize regular, on-going tasks; and facilitate effective communications/working towards common goals for a shared client. Moderator: @Shawn McClurg - Litigation Support Manager, Miles & Stockbridge P.C.…
 
The ransomware episode. October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, so how couldn't we do this episode? Our guests are Kelly Geary, National Practice Leader of Executive Risk & Cyber/Professional Services Claims for EPIC Insurance Brokers, and Rich Gatz, Claims Counsel for Coalition, a Silicon Valley cyber insurance company. While both Kelly…
 
The pandemic has brought about an opportunity for individuals to reflect on their lives, and most, in fact 77% of the legal professionals want to retain elements of this new virtual, remote working - to varying degrees. And critically, 22% said they are likely to leave if their employers didn’t accommodate the new way they want to work. In this pod…
 
In this podcast, the speakers will discuss how to best quantify the ROI of legal technology has on the bottom line of matters, tips in vetting legal technology, etc. Moderator: @Holly Hanna - KM Firm Solutions Manager, Perkins Coie Speakers: @Ginevra Saylor - National Director, Innovation and Knowledge Programs, Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP @Giles Thom…
 
This topic was one of ILTACON 2021's most popular conference sessions, and as security is a concern to many the original panel has reunited for a follow-up podcast. Security is complex and when left without robust resources of money, knowledge, and people we sometimes revert to the ostrich head in the sand approach. Even though we try to do our bes…
 
Joining a corporate or government legal department as a young professional can be quite intimidating. As a rule, these organizations tend to skew older since they often hire lawyers who have already worked in law firms for an extended period of time. In this podcast, learn about effective methods of bridging this potential gap with your new colleag…
 
Blockchain. Crypto mining. Proof of stake. Smart contracts. Non Fungible Tokens (NFT). DAOs. Crypto regulation. We talk about all of the above and more with Lewis Cohen of the blockchain focused law firm of DLx Law. Lewis breaks down what a blockchain network is and how transactions are recorded and verified on the network. He also talks about the …
 
For Episode #5 of the Europe edition of Fresh Voices of Legal Tech, Mercedes Oppon-Kusi, ILTA UK Community Engagement Manager, and Leanne Williams, founder of InclusiTech and Business Analyst, sit down with Karim Nassar, Legal Products Manager at Travers Smith. They talk about Karim's career development from Product Engineer to Legal Products Manag…
 
Sonja Ebron found herself in a couple legal tangles over the years. From disputes with landlords to dust-ups with shady creditors, she represented herself in court a couple times and quickly figured out litigation without a lawyer can be very difficult. So, what did she do about it? She founded Courtroom5, an app that helps civil pro se litigants w…
 
Otto Hansen, the founder of Term Scout, visits Technically Legal to talk about the company he founded that uses machine learning to analyze and rate contracts. Specifically, it analyzes contracts to determine whether they are in line with industry standards and how vendor or customer friendly they are. The goal of Term Scout’s rating system is to c…
 
“Whatever benefits advanced legal technology may bring to lawyers, I am concerned about this sort of technology seeping into the legal writing classroom,” writes Northwestern University Legal Writing Professor Michael Zuckerman in an article he penned for the ABA Journal, Law Professor Makes Case Against Automating Legal Writing in Law School. Howe…
 
Contract automation and building an alternative legal service provider (ALSP) within a law firm is the topic of Episode 52. Eric Baker and Michael Case, transportation attorneys with Frost Brown Todd, talk about their journey founding Transaction Expeditors, an AI enabled contracts automation platform for the transportation industry. Before joining…
 
Cyber incident response. Cyber attacks. Unfortunately, we hear these terms daily nowadays. But what really goes on behind the scenes in a cyber incident? To answer that question, we asked Luke Green, a Breach Response Services Manager for cyber insurer Beazley Group and Josh Sudbury, Managing Principal of Forensic Investigations at Lodestone, a lea…
 
Data analytics maturity models (and legal operations maturity models in general) are the topic of discussion with Peter Eilhauer, Managing Director for Legal Spend Solutions at Epiq. Peter knows his stuff about legal spend management–he’s been working in and around it for 16 years. He started as a consultant helping law firms manage costs and then …
 
Using artificial intelligence to help make hiring decisions is the topic du jour of Episode 49. Matt Spencer and Aaron Meyers, the CEO and CTO of Suited, respectively, explain how their AI powered, assessment-driven recruiting platform helps law firms and corporate legal departments find the best candidate for legal jobs and also increase diversity…
 
"The fundamental tool of lawyers is language" explains Serena Wellen in this episode. Serena is a Senior Director for LexisNexis and works on the Context legal analytics platform. Context leverages machine learning and natural language processing from Ravel, a company LexisNexis acquired in 2017. Using Ravel's analytics engine, Context sits atop ma…
 
Online Dispute Resolution. That is the topic of discussion with New Era ADR cofounders Collin Williams and Rich Lee. New Era ADR is an online claims dispute resolution platform that provides online mediation and online arbitrations. Collin and Rich came up with the idea for New Era after they both served as General Counsel for a couple of Chicago b…
 
Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com, Tumblr and WooCommerce (among others), is a distributed company by design. In fact, the company’s creed spells out its commitment to a distributed workforce. They have 1500 employees spread across 80 countries. In the latest episode of Technically Legal, Paul Sieminski, Automattic’s General Counsel, dis…
 
Using legal tech to scale a corporate legal department is the topic du jour in Episode 45. The guest: Mel Scott, Senior Legal Counsel for Megaport, a global technology company offering scalable point to point connectivity for public and private cloud connections. Mel is also the host of a great podcast called Counsel about in-house lawyer life. Mel…
 
The history, current state and the impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) is the topic of conversation with George Socha. George currently serves as Senior Vice President of Brand Awareness for e-discovery software company, Reveal Data, but back in 2005, he founded the EDRM along with Tom Gelbmann. What…
 
Using intellectual property management software and automation is the topic of conversation for Episode 43. We talk to Jeppe Hudtloff Viinberg Rightly.io co-founder and Rightly user Michael Ro Mejer Interim General Counsel for Danish clothing company, Masai. Rightly is IP management software that automates and tracks tasks across the IP management …
 
In the first episode of 2021 we talk to a fellow podcaster and legal blogger Greg Lambert. He is co-host of the Geek in Review Podcast and also writes for Three Geeks and a Law Blog. Both the Three Geeks podcast and blog focus on legal innovation and change in the legal industry. Greg’s day job is Chief Knowledge Services Officer for the Dallas bas…
 
The modern legal ecosystem and all its allied professionals is the topic of discussion with Lucy Bassli, founder of InnoLaw Group (formerly InnoLegal Services) and Chief Legal Strategist at Law Geex. Lucy started her career in Big Law (at Davis Wright Tremaine) and ultimately landed a job in Microsoft’s legal department where she served as Assistan…
 
Workflow automation for lawyers and legal teams is the topic of Episode 41. Our guest is Scott Kelly, one of the founders of Community.Lawyer, which is “no-code” workflow automation software with an app builder designed with attorneys in mind. Community.Lawyer is a way for law firms, corporate legal departments and legal aid organizations to automa…
 
Episode 40 is a great conversation with Matthew Holland, CEO of Field Effect Software, a cyber security company providing tools and managed detect and response (MDR) services to protect against cyber attacks. Field Effect is Matthew’s second company. In 2007 he founded Linchpin Labs, a company that offered ethical privatized intelligence to governm…
 
Virtual court hearings are the subject of Episode 38. We talked to Magistrate Judge Tony Leung via Zoom about using Zoom videoconferences for court. Judge Leung sits on the bench for the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota and has a pretty impressive background. He emigrated from Hong Kong to the United States at the age of 6…
 
Ethics attorney Jim Doppke returns to Technically Legal to talk legal ethics and technology. Jim is a former prosecutor for the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission and is now in private practice with Robinson, Stewart, Montgomery and Doppke. Jim counsels attorneys and businesses on legal ethics issues and represents attorneys…
 
Attorney Michael Volkov, head of the Volkov Law Group, is our guest for Episode 38. He discusses the use of technology, software and data analysis in corporate compliance and ethics programs. Michael and his firm focus on regulatory compliance issues, internal investigations and white collar crime. Michael explains that it is very difficult to impl…
 
Bryan Cave data privacy attorney Christian Auty returns for Episode 36 to talk about the real world implications of the Schrems II opinion from the European Court of Justice. What is Schrems II? It is shorthand for Case C-311/18 Data Protection Commissioner v. Facebook Ireland Limited and Maximillian Schrems. In it, the Court of Justice reaffirmed …
 
You don't have to "boil the ocean" to implement innovation and change in a law firm or legal department. That's what we learn in Episode 35 from Anna McGrane, PacerPro COO, and Joshua Fireman, President of Fireman & Company. PacerPro is an app that streamlines and automates the distribution and capture of data from federal court filings. Fireman & …
 
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