Watch: Today’s Legal Technology Document Management

The practice of law is document intensive. Most attorneys create volumes of letters, agreements, pleadings and research not to mention manage a great deal of documentary information that they accumulate from many sources. Recent advancements in legal technology offer tools to help manage this unprecedented amount of information. Automation to generate documents in the most efficient and accurate way possible, capture of information from existing systems or directly from individuals with firsthand knowledge, and even use of A.I. to organize, summarize and categorize documents of all types are the leading edge of practice management software. This webinar will highlight the existing best in class legal tech tools as well as take a look toward future technology that will enable better document management and access with less effort.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about the advantages in using software tools for document automation
  • Understand the best method to mitigate the tension between data privacy and secure collaboration
  • Take a look at how A.I. can summarize, identify and categorize documents by type and content
  • Gain efficiency with DMS that drives productivity rather than restricting access to vital case information

Speaker: Tomas Suros, Chief Solutions Architect at AbacusNext

Tomas Suros is a lawyer and technology advocate working at the intersection of law, IT, and client consulting. With AbacusNext since 2004, he currently serves as Chief Solutions Architect, guiding firms through the process of identifying forward-facing technology options and ensuring the successful implementation of a tailored solution. With a focus on practice automation and cybersecurity, Suros is dedicated to helping firms leverage technology to streamline their practices and protect their intellectual capital so they may remain focused on delivering the best possible outcomes for their clients.

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