Join us for an upcoming roundtable on how law firms are responding to the current health and economic crises. No selling. No plugging. Just learning. (And maybe a cameo by my cat.)
Calling all data, engineering, operations, procurement, and management experts who want to further contribute to the fight against COVID-19.
During this unsettling period, we just want to pass on a quick word of encouragement and some resources that might be helpful. You’re going to get through this -- and we’ll do our best to help.
Remote work, distributed work, work from home, work from wherever—whatever you call it, working outside of the office is a sudden new reality for many legal professionals. Here are some tips to help.
After a relentless stream of law firm cyberattacks, legal professionals need to ask themselves, "where is my data?" If you don’t know the answer for dead certain, it’s time to cry for help.
What constitutes a reasonable standard of care for firms entrusted with client data? What price is to be paid when that standard isn’t met? We discuss cybersecurity & ethics with Professor Eli Wald.
Bad news for some Big Law clients: those emails partners are charging $800 an hour to draft are also finding their way into the hands of foreign hackers.
A new wave of ransomware attacks is hitting law firms, attacks where law firm data isn’t just encrypted and held for ransom, but where it’s released to the public when the ransom isn’t paid.