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A Tête-à-tête with Our Product Management Specialist, Katie Jones - Part One preview

Posted by | Oct 19, 2021

This is the first part of the interview of Katie Jones, the new Product Management Specialist for Lexis Omni, in a two-part series. In part one, Katie talks about her experience as a lawyer with large law firms but also as a technology consultant and her love for all things legal tech.

Document Assembly is Ripe for Automation preview
Simon Farthing
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Posted by | Oct 05, 2021

In the third and last blog of our three-blog series, Simon Farthing, Commercial and Marketing Director of LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions, gives us his view on automating legal document creation to save lawyers time, but also make the process more intuitive, accessible and profitable for law firms of all sizes.

Automate Processes to Make Management Information and Reporting ‘Business as Usual’ preview
Simon Farthing
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Posted by | Sep 07, 2021

In the second blog of our three-blog series, Simon Farthing, Commercial and Marketing Director of LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions, gives us his view on Management Information and Reporting based on his experience as a lawyer and his knowledge on the cutting edge legal technology of today.

The C-suite 2021 Technology Priorities – An Interesting New Blog Series preview
Simon Farthing
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Posted by | Aug 04, 2021

Recently, LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions surveyed law firms to understand their technology priorities for 2021. We asked C-level executives and Heads of IT and Innovation, in which areas they believed automation could provide the greatest impact in their firm. Perhaps not surprisingly, the business leaders cited business process and workflow, document assembly, and management information and reporting,…

Conveyancers Must Plan for Scalable Capacity, Even Post the SDLT Extension preview
Simon Farthing
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Posted by | Jul 05, 2021

In the conveyancing world, the government’s Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) holiday followed by the extension to it, has proven to be both a blessing and an affliction for conveyancers. On the one hand, it has provided a stimulus for growth. On the other hand, however, the significantly increased volume of transactions has created unprecedented pressure as they find ways to cope with the property boom.