In Legal Technology Trends, Threats, and Innovation, you will discover how legal technology has reached a tipping point. Innovations in security, accessibility, communications, automation, and flexible cloud environments are rapidly disrupting known law practice management paradigms.
Today’s legal technology trends are moving the entire industry towards rapid adoption of new systems and services that will affect the collaborative tools that you employ, how you interact with clients, protect those client relationships, and where you practice law.
Not understanding risk is always the most vulnerable position to be in, so it is essential to create risk mitigation strategies using modern technology. The stakes are high, but technology tools are readily available to help run your practice, grow your firm, protect your client’s data, and give you peace of mind.
- Predict what your competition will do next
- Combat threats and proactively protect your clients and your firm
- Identify business continuity demands as an ounce of cybersecurity prevention instead of a pound of cure
- Utilize cloud, A.I., and machine learning to future proof your practice.
Tomas T. Suros, Chief Solutions Architect, AbacusLaw for AbacusNext
As Chief Solutions Architect, AbacusLaw with AbacusNext, Mr. Suros applies his technical, legal and business acumen to define business requirements and achieve cloud based practice automation for his clients. As the spearhead of a global Sales Engineering team and while working daily with Abacus’ client-centric sales teams, he defines business, technology, financial, security and usability solutions for Abacus Private Cloud, mobile, and legal practice area specific platforms.
Mr. Suros earned a B.A. at Tufts University and a J.D. at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, and is a member of the State Bar of California. In his down time, Mr. Suros stays active with his daughters and is an avid surfer, triathlete, snowboarder, and SCUBA diver.
Please note, this is a non-CLE webinar.
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