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
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.
Compliance and Legal Professionals at US/UK Corporations and Law Firms are Increasingly Challenged to Support Exponential Growth of Global Compliance Regulations
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.
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!
In response to the pandemic, law firms have been faced with many challenges including the pivot to a new more technology-driven work-from-home (WFH) model seemingly overnight. But are these changes temporary or permanent, and what long-term effects will this have on law firm operations? A recent Association of Legal Administrators (ALA) webinar and poll entitled “How to plan and manage when change is the only constant” addressed these questions.
As we continue to see the COVID-19 outbreak progress on a global scale, I want to take this opportunity to update you on the precautionary measures Integreon has taken to protect our employees and ensure minimal or no disruption to client delivery.
The Coronavirus has drastically changed business on an international scale. In response, Integreon, a global alternative legal services and business managed services provider, announced today that the company has enhanced its ability to service clients remotely by offering a highly secure work from home (WFH) environment.
Today, alternative legal services provider (ALSP) Integreon announced a new partnership with Seal Software, which will power the company’s global managed services contract lifecycle management business with Seal’s artificial intelligence (AI) contract analytics technology. Seal’s LIBOR Insight™ Accelerator will immediately be a key component of Integreon’s recently launched LIBOR Transition Readiness Task Force (“LIBOR Task Force”).
Insightful commentary from CEO, Bob Rowe and VVP of Contracts, Compliance and Commercial, Jeffrey Catanzaro in Pensar’s recent report on The Future of Legal Services.