The Year That Everything Changed

Authors: Clare Chalkley

As I sat down to pen my thoughts on the uptake and application of legal technology in the context of litigation and investigations, it struck me that many of the…

Moving ON into 2021 Stronger Than Before

Authors: Bob Rowe

2020 will be a year to remember – and forget – for many reasons. In the past decade, companies have faced tsunamis, typhoons and volcanic eruptions and a blizzard of…

Who is Doing My Document Review and Where?

Authors: Jamie Berry

The global pandemic-driven Work from Home (WFH) transformation has completely changed the way legal document review is managed. Due to teleworking conditions created by COVID-19, legal service providers obtained rapid…

Controlling eDiscovery Litigation, Arbitration and Investigation Review Costs When Emerging from a Recession

Authors: Vince Neicho and Clare Chalkley

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

LIBOR Transition Prep Heats Up as Financial Institutions Bite the Repapering Bullet

Authors: Jeff Catanzaro

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.