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This is the second article in our two-part series on legal operations management. In the first guide, we covered the basics and evolution of legal operations. You can read the first article here. This article will focus on exploring technology’s role in transforming Legal Operations in corporate law departments.
Legal Ops professionals today play

The Department of Justice (DOJ) designed the Corporate Compliance Program to ensure ethical business practices and detect potential misconduct in corporate compliance. The DOJ has structured its guidelines for maximum effectiveness, focusing on detecting and preventing employee wrongdoing. It assesses whether corporate management is committed to enforcing ethical standards or inadvertently allowing employees to engage

In a global economy, lawsuits and government investigations frequently involve foreign language documents. Case teams can face thousands or even millions of documents written in multiple different languages. Lawyers in eDiscovery and litigation support professionals must quickly arrange for the translation of these documents so the case review can proceed.
With the advent of eDiscovery,

The fervor for the latest subjective technologies and qualitative insights dominated the spotlight at Legalweek 2024. Virtually every provider seemed to incorporate ChatGPT into their sales spiel or presentation.
Well, that’s not totally true. I’ll confess, I couldn’t resist purchasing a massager kit for my wife. There was a certain satisfaction for me in connecting

Internal investigations can decide the fate of companies and individuals. A few of the interesting ones are listed below:

  • Deutsche Bank AG’s internal investigation, Project Teal, found that certain employees in Spain were guilty of misselling currency derivatives. A number of management executives in Spain and London were replaced as a result of the internal