Integreon Senior Director, Robert Daniel and Operational Lead, Mark Grant joins Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at Safari Law to share insights and best practices on creating a sound subpoena compliance solution.
Controlling eDiscovery Litigation, Arbitration and Investigation Review Costs When Emerging from a Recession
As we attempt to clamber out of recession, the increased pressure corporate clients are under to achieve more for less, might lead to expectations that their law firms carry out what is perceived to be one of the most expensive parts of the legal process in the most efficient and cost-effective way. Unfortunately, law firms and their clients don’t always see the world in the same way
Corporations and Law Firms Turn to External Resources to Address Increasing Regulations and Compliance Requirements, Says Integreon Report
Executive Vice President, Jeffrey Catanzaro takes a deep dive into the survey results of the our recently published Regulatory Readiness Report, conducted by Pensar Media, benchmarking how the expanding regulation explosion is impacting corporations and their law firms.
Global compliance regulations have increased exponentially in the past decade, placing unprecedented burdens on corporations. Integreon released findings of its first Regulatory Readiness Report which shows that US and UK corporations and law firms are feeling increased operational pressure, risk exposure, and the impact on profitability and growth due to compliance surges.
Vice President of Legal Services, Clare Chalkley and Director of Legal Services, Claire Frazer share insights into cyber breaches specifically within the UK, how they have been highly disruptive costing companies over £87 billion, and how Integreon can help organizations avoid unnecessary business interruption, reputational damage, and irreversible financial damage.
By now, financial institutions are
well aware that LIBOR (London
Interbank Offered Rate) will phase
out as of December 31, 2021. Within
the Contracts and Compliance group at Integreon, we are seeing LIBOR preparation engines heating up fast for our financial clients and their law firms. Organizations are emergingfrom pandemic-induced lulls to face the immense contract repapering projects that LIBOR transition will require.
The COVID-19 pandemic catalyzed unprecedented change in law firm management and operations. Within weeks, days, or sometimes just hours, law firm employees were forced to shift from their office locations to a fully work from home (WFH) setting. No one could have predicted such a phenomenon, but the transformation to virtual work was both rapid and complete. The question is, what happens next?
Law.com catches up with Integreon CEO Bob Rowe for its Breaking Tradition series. In this Q&A, Bob Rowe explains why the “alternative” designation doesn’t work for his company, and where legal services providers fall in the legal value chain. Click here to read full article.
Date: August 18, 2020
COVID-19 has led to a huge increase in online meetings around the world, as companies large and small have been forced to adapt to remote working setups.
Right Brain + Left Brain = Visual Creativity Produced Daily Delivered On Time, On Brand and On Budget
The theory that people are primarily either left-brained (more analytical and methodical) or right-brained (more artistic or creative) has provoked discussion for many years. However, the theory is founded on the premise that one side of the human brain is dominant while the other is less capable. Global Head of Business Enablement Services, Murray Joslin and Vice President of Business Enablement Services, Ricky Sanjana explain how at Integreon we have proven you can be both!
Thursday, July 9, 2020, 1:00 pm CDT
Join a panel of experts as they solicit attendee responses and discuss their own experiences and perspectives on planning and managing in these evolving times.