TechnicalLegal is a podcast about legal technology, legal innovation, and the impact of technology on the law and legal industry. In each episode, we interview an innovator in the legal industry. Guests will discuss how technology is changing legal practice and how they are implementing legal technology and innovation in their legal departments and law firms. The podcast is hosted by Chad Main, attorney and founder of Percipient, a technology-driven legal services provider. Chad started Percipient believing that the correct use of technology makes legal teams more efficient. Daniel Linna, Senior Lecturer and Director of Legal and Technology Initiatives at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law and McCormick School of Engineering, visits the podcast to talk about legal education. Percipient is a technology and legal services firm that helps clients manage legal operations, legal litigation and electronic document review. Percipient`s lawyers, data scientists and project managers help clients perform legal work efficiently and accurately. Learn more about our services. Contact them at 800.971.2291 or email@example.com. The use of legal technology to evolve a corporate legal department is the subject of episode 45.
Guest: Mel Scott, Senior Legal Counsel at Megaport, a global technology company that provides scalable point-to-point connectivity for public and private cloud connections. Mel is also the host of an excellent podcast called Counsel about life as a corporate lawyer. Mel talks about his journey from law firm to an in-house role. She also talks about her experience scaling Megaport`s legal department, not only with specific legal technology (the Ironclad contract management app), but also with the technology the company was already deploying. In this case, Slack and Jira (problem and project tracking software). TechnicalLegal is hosted by Chad Main, attorney and founder of Percipient, a technology-driven alternative legal services provider. Alex Kelly, COO of Brightflag, talks about the AI-powered legal operations platform he co-founded, which provides legal teams with insight into legal spending and their legal operations. The VenioOne Unified eDiscovery platform attracts new technology and legal services companies to help clients manage legal operations, legal processes, and electronic document review. Venio Systems, the leading provider of unified eDiscovery platforms, has partnered with Percipient, a technology-driven legal services provider that helps clients manage legal operations, including electronic document review. Percipient is a legal technology and e-discovery company that provides managed document review and managed eDiscovery services to its clients. Percipient uses technology and automation to reduce the time it takes to review legal documents and keep costs low and predictable. For more information, see www.percipient.co.
VenioOne`s comprehensive assessment technology features an intuitive interface that is customizable, interactive, fast, and easy to use. Through this new technology partnership, Percipient will offer VenioOne the opportunity to enhance its eDiscovery solutions and managed advisory services. It will provide clients across many industries, from government to private and beyond, with advanced eDiscovery capabilities and industry-leading analytics. “The partnership with Percipient aligns perfectly with EDT`s mission. The eDiscovery market is experiencing a setback and it`s no longer business as usual. It`s time to think differently and the Percipient team understands that. We have seen first-hand their commitment to exceptional service, with a focus on truly helping their clients better manage and reduce litigation and e-discovery costs,” said Charles Lavallee, Vice President of Business Development at EDT. “By using EDT software as part of its managed review and eDiscovery services, Percipient makes it even easier to provide legal teams with advanced discovery and discovery tools. Percipient understands how important it is to lawyers and litigation support teams, which is why we`re excited to work with them.
New York, NY – July 8, 2016 – Percipient, a legal technology and eDiscovery company offering comprehensive and cost-effective managed document review and eDiscovery services, today announced that it will offer EDT`s Platform as a Service (“PaaS”) as part of its eDiscovery and document review services. Chad Main offers a unique window into the world of legal technology by asking exciting questions to interesting people who are new to the profession. I can understand why the ABA Journal 2018 Web 100 did it. I came across this podcast and it`s a treasure. As a KM manager at a law firm, a former law librarian, this podcast is engaging, relevant, and makes me nod, while giving me perspective on what`s going on in the legal field outside of my organization. It`s definitely worth listening to if you`re interested in legal technology! Nelson Rosario, Cryptography Lawyer, on the Legal, Regulatory and Policy Implications of Blockchain Technology Daniel Linna on Legal Education and Legal Technology Adoption (Northwestern University) Percipient will now offer edt. BLUE as part of its managed services offering, which provides businesses and law firms with dedicated access to processing, early case assessment, review and production in their own cloud environment. This gives customers the advantage of significant cost reductions, complete control and better understanding of their cases through Percipient`s project management portals and custom measurement dashboards. “We are excited to partner with Venio Systems and leverage their assessment platform. One of the main reasons we chose VenioOne is its flexibility and ease of integration with our workflows and custom customer portals and dashboards. Many other review solutions and discovery platforms are not as flexible. Chad Main, founder of Percipient, shared.
“Venio has also been attractive to us because continuous active learning (CAL) is part of the offering we like to use to improve the accuracy of document review and reduce costs for our customers. “Percipient is an exciting partnership for us because of its reputation and proven expertise in managed evaluation. Their decision to choose VenioOne validates our new direction in developing a more responsive solution for today`s eDiscovery capabilities,” said Arestotle Thapa, CEO of Venio Systems LLC. “We are excited to partner with Percipient and look forward to continuing to work together and deliver exceptional results for them and their customers.” The alliance between Percipient and EDT will provide customers with an end-to-end solution to streamline workflows, reduce costs and mitigate risk in their own cloud environment. Replay: Scaling a Legal Service with Legal Technology – Mel Scott (Megaport) “We value EDT`s software because of its scalability, ease of use, and ability to give our customers quick access to their data,” said Keith Whitaker, Percipient`s Director of Business Development. “We also appreciate the flexibility and accessibility of the EDT platform, as it works well with our customizable measurement dashboards that provide customers with key information about their projects, document review progress, and most importantly, their costs.” Venio Systems is a team of innovators and developers with 30 years of experience delivering eDiscovery solutions with unparalleled agility and ease of use while maintaining scalability. Venio Systems was founded to address the lack of a complete eDiscovery solution in the industry to support every step of eDiscovery. VenioOne, a unified eDiscovery platform, offers law firms, enterprises, and government agencies the ability to manage all phases of discovery—processing, ECA, disposal, document review, and production—from a single tool. Venio Systems remains at the forefront of innovation to provide solutions that any litigator and eDiscovery professional can use.
For more information and a demonstration, see veniosystems.com/. Neil Irwin on successful (legal) careers in modern economics (Replay). Cryptography lawyer Nelson Rosario discusses the regulatory and policy aspects of blockchain. Jazz Hampton talks about the latest developments at TurnSignl. How to Improve Legal Operations with Data-Driven Decision Making Alex Kelly (COO of Brightflag) Build a litigation funding program at BigLaw based on project management principles (Angela Floessel,).