Dino, Dodo, Extranet

We all know that dinosaurs and dodo birds are extinct. What about extranets? I know we’ve got them, but for how long? With the increasing pressure from clients to have access to the wealth of knowledge generated by law firms, some firms have tried to lance the wound by offering a small collection of their… Continue Reading →

Extranets:The Client Disconnect? #ILTA12

Session Title: Beyond Extranets! What Clients Really Want. Speakers; Scott Rechtschaffen (CKO, Littler Mendelson), Lynn Simpson (Knowledge Manager & Six Sigma Master Black Belt, DuPont), Meredith Williams (Chief Knowledge Management Officer, Baker Donelson). [These are my notes from the International Legal Technology Association’s 2012 Conference 2012. Since I’m publishing them as soon as possible after… Continue Reading →

Do Clients Reject Your Transfusions?

The history of medicine is filled with all sorts of interesting lessons for lawyers and law firms.  Consider the science of blood transfusions.  According to the Wikipedia article on blood transfusions, the first recorded transfusion allegedly occurred in 1492 when an innovative (or perhaps desperate) physician suggesting reviving a comatose Pope Innocent VIII by giving… Continue Reading →

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