I spoke with Mona Datt, the founder and CEO of both Loom Analytics, a legal analytics software company, and eDecree, a legal and insurance transcription company. We discussed how she has helped her teams work from home, the biggest challenges she has faced in that effort, how she is preparing to return to a physical office, and her recommendations for other companies transitioning back to a central location.
I spoke with Chris Ende, the Chief Value Officer at Goulston & Storrs, and Michael Byrd, the Global Process Owner at Baker McKenzie, who are board members for the Legal Value Network, a new organization dedicated to the business of law. We discussed the genesis of the Legal Value Network, the benefits of participating in it, ways that its programming will adapt to a virtual environment, and how the concept of legal value is evolving.
I spoke with Matt Homann, the founder of Filament, a company that designs and facilitates virtual and in-person meetings. We discussed the genesis of Filament, whether you can replicate a memorable in-person event experience online, recommendations for developing successful online programs, and how legal events are evolving.
I spoke with Brandon Greenblatt, the CEO of Precision Reporters, which provides litigation support and court reporting services. We discussed how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted court reporting, the practical innovations and preparations his company is making for the move to virtual litigation, and how advancements in court reporting align with the rapid advancements taking place in legal technology.
I spoke with James Barclay, the head of client success at Passle, a sales and marketing platform focused on professional services. We discussed how professionals should approach content creation in the current environment, ways that Passle enhances how individuals can broadcast content, the benefits of a LinkedIn audit, and how content creation has changed in a work-from-home world.
I spoke with Arthur Raguette, the co-founder and executive vice president of Ultria, an artificial intelligence-based contract management platform. We discussed how working from home has changed how legal professionals are leveraging technology, how to align what artificial intelligence can do with the expectations of what it should do, and where contract management technology is headed.