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Lex Connect Curated Reading List April 16, 2017

     
       
     
 
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With the overwhelming volume of content available online, it is easy to
overlook quality articles containing the valuable information you need.

Fear not, we have curated the best legal operations and technology
articles currently available for your convenience.

Sit back, relax and enjoy your 30 minutes of power reading!
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Is GDPR Europe's Wall? ACEDS London Session Recap

Recently, Yerra sponsored a panel discussion and networking event with the ACEDS London chapter about the EU General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR. The session took a look at a hypothetical company that was facing sanctions due to a lack of preparation for GDPR.


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Capturing Legal Innovation in Services

The Law Society’s Future of Legal Services report states that innovation 
in services and delivery will become a differentiating factor going forward.


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THE GC350 Benchmarking Study for the In-House Community

Working closely with the in-house community,we hear how valuable the sharing of best practice and insight is to support you in effective stakeholder management; to demonstrate your and your team’s value to the business; in management of your legal department and procured services and importantly to accelerate your own professional
development.


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Data Portability’s Potential and Promise

Data portability is neither a privacy nor innovation panacea, but if deployed correctly, it may oblige companies and regulators to give a second thought to what information belongs to users.


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Implications of the New Data Protection Law

This week we find out about the challenges facing firms ahead of the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation. 


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KM Education: Data Science Takes the Lead

Demand for data scientists stems from a large range of complex business needs, greater volumes of data (especially customer-related data) and organizations’ belief that they should be getting more value from what is stored in their repositories. 


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New Approaches to Pricing and Legal Procurement

In the long wake of the recession, outside counsel face a rising tide of legal procurement requests as corporations continue to seek to reduce spending. 


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Technology and the Law: who, where and how?

It is (relatively!) easy to make law students more technologically capable. How though does the practising profession become more technologically capable? Should the Society follow some state bars in the USA and have mandatory technology CPD each year? Or do we leave it to those at the coal face to define what they need?


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Ask the Right Questions: From RFP to eDiscovery Process Transformation

Law firms and corporations use RFPs to invite promising eDiscovery vendors into a deeper discussion. The scope of RFPs can differ significantly based on an organization’s objectives, whether to reduce overall costs, have more control over their or their clients’ data, bring efficiencies and/or standardization to eDiscovery processes, or even to assess the gap between their needs and an eDiscovery provider’s capabilities. 


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