I spoke with Shiran Weitzman, the co-founder and CEO of Shield, an Israel-based regtech software company that focuses on workplace intelligence for compliance professionals. We discussed the main challenge in financial services communications compliance, how the pandemic impacted the way organizations communicate and exchange information, record-keeping challenges associated with working remotely, and post-pandemic regulatory scrutiny.
I spoke with Rob Stote, the managing director of profitability products at BigHand, a provider of financial and operational productivity software, Michael Grupp, the CEO of BRYTER, a no-code software platform, and Tom Obermaier, the CEO of SurePoint Technologies, a provider of financial and practice management software about the report – Implementing Financial Intelligence to Give Law Firms a Competitive Advantage in 2022 and Beyond – that the three companies commissioned to identify key trends among law firm financial leaders.
I spoke with Christy Burke, president and founder of Burke & Company, a public relations and marketing firm specializing in legal tech, and Doug Austin, editor of eDiscovery Today, a publication covering the electronic discovery industry, about their new podcast: He Said, She Said. We discussed the first episode focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion, the key takeaways, topics for future programs, and trends driving e-discovery and legal technology forward.
I spoke with Jerry Ting, the co-founder and CEO of Evisort, a provider of contract management and artificial intelligence technology solutions. We discussed how organizations leverage dashboarding and redlining for their contract management, ways that law departments can distinguish CLM software providers, the benefits of learning legal tech entrepreneurship in law school, and the Future of Contracting conference.
I spoke with Gabriel Buigas, the new executive vice president and head of contracts, compliance, and commercial services at Integreon, an alternative legal and global managed services provider. We discussed how organizations are leveraging technology to manage their contracts, the contracting challenges organizations should expect in 2022, and advice for legal professionals seeking alternative career paths beyond law firms and legal departments.
I spoke with Astrid Kohlmeier, a lawyer, consultant on legal design, and co-author with Meera Klemola of The Legal Design Book: Doing Law In The 21st Century. We discussed what organizations that apply legal design have in common, how legal teams can quickly incorporate design into their activities, the challenges of creating a design-centric culture, and how legal design is driving the legal profession forward.