Rise of cyber risk changing role of lawyers - study
While legal risks see lawyers on the front-line of defence, 38% of lawyers surveyed have not participated in a cyber crisis simulation.
Gartner: the impact of unmanaged digital sovereignty
According to Gartner, 30% of multinationals will be severely impacted by unmanaged digital sovereign risk by 2025.
Litera leverages GenAI to create trusted legal assistant
“Bringing together Kira’s tried and tested, lawyer-trained machine learning assets with the power of generative AI, represents the next step in legal services."
Oxylabs: the legal and compliance issues of ChatGPT
As Oxylabs emphasises the legal and compliance issues in the workplace, organisations prohibit employees from using information created using ChatGPT.
ContractPodAi launches services hub powered by AI, including ChatGPT
ContractPodAi, the AI-powered, contract lifecycle management (CLM) platform, has announced the launch of Leah, its new AI services hub.
This is no time to retreat in cybersecurity
We can probably all agree that we’re living through the worst Cybersecurity Crisis in history with respect to the threat environment.
First Europe organisation to defend rights online forms
A first-of-its-kind European organisation has formed in the Hague to defend human rights online, providing legal and technical assistance to victims.
Faster, more accurate legal processes: How LawHawk accelerated Laybuy’s business
Thanks to a solution built largely on Microsoft 365, Laybuy’s General Counsel has automated a contract generation process underpinning the company’s business.
Why is business intelligence important for legal firms and why should you care?
As the age-old adage goes; “if you can’t measure it you can’t manage it”. In the absence of reliable data, firms are flying blind and effectively making decisions on a whim.
Proofpoint launches Intelligent Compliance Platform
Proofpoint has announced the launch of its Intelligent Compliance Platform, offering enterprises modern regulatory compliance safeguards.
Exclusive: LawVu streamlines the in-house legal struggle
LawVu is a New Zealand-born company successfully transforming the in-house legal industry with its category-defining workspace.
Appian awarded billions in damages against Pegasystems Inc.
Appian has been awarded USD$2.036 billion in damages against Pegasystems Inc as the result of a jury verdict in the Circuit Court for Fairfax County, Virginia.
Amazon and Visa reach agreement in ongoing dispute
After a substantial ongoing feud, Amazon and Visa have agreed to settle a dispute over the credit card giant's fees.
Australian data breach statistics revealed in OAIC report
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) has released its Notifiable Data Breaches Report for July to December 2021, revealing some surprising results around breach disclosure in Australia.
To disclose or not to disclose?: The significance of data breach disclosure in Aotearoa
A data breach can be any company's worst nightmare. Not only can it cause catastrophic damage to systems and workflows, but it can also often be extraordinarily damaging and costly.
Thomson Reuters takes law research solution up a notch
The new version of Westlaw aims to assist legal practitioners in boutique firms by speeding up the often time-consuming research process.
Controlling eDiscovery spend, security, and cloud top priorities for enterprise legal departments
"The demand for speed amid escalating risks and ever-growing amounts of data is pushing legal departments and law firms to automate routine tasks and inject machine learning and AI into daily operations."
How technology is stimulating M&A in NZ
As the number of mergers and acquisitions grow, a major law firm report has explained just how technology is helping the activity along.
Kiwi agritech startup flourishes with homegrown legal marketplace
Looking to disrupt the kiwifruit industry, Acuris Systems employed the services of a fellow Kiwi startup's online legal marketplace.
ConnectWise issues statement on co-founders’ arrest
David Bellini was arrested and charged with drug trafficking in Florida on Sunday.
Telstra facing potential legal action over DCB services withdrawal
Sydney-based digital marketing provider Impelus says the decision to axe Direct Content Billing will have a 'material impact' on their revenues.
Rise of 'tech-collaborative lawyers' redefining AU legal sector
Will robots be able to replace the role of the lawyer as the trusted advisor?
Fuji Xerox files proceedings against former senior executives
Fuji Xerox NZ and its parent company have begun civil action against the former senior executives of the Kiwi operations.
Legal advice for startups: what to know from the get go
Chapman Tripp talks about the three major legal topics most vital to startups: founder agreements, intellectual property, and contracts.