By Jennifer Chaloemtiarana, Diane Flyer, Ethna Piazza, Jonathan Truppman
Law departments handle a diverse scope of legal issues. With limited resources, how can a legal department access the information it needs when it needs it without reinventing the wheel every time? The speakers will discuss how they organize information to make it readily available to their teams, using such tools and processes as wikis, company sharefiles, keywords, automatic electronic reminders, cloud services, instruction manuals, and checklists. They will also explore best practices on strategies for implementation and continuous improvement in the use of processes and technologies.
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