#BakersDozen: Mplace Co-Founder Caleb H. King

#BakersDozen: Mplace Co-Founder Caleb H. King

The greatest challenge the industry faces is adjusting its business model to continue to deliver the high level of service that blue chip clients have come to expect, while engaging and retaining today’s millennial work force.

#NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Will #LegalTech Eat Law For Lunch?

Will #LegalTech Eat Law For Lunch?

As Mark Cohen points out in his recent Forbes article, lawyers will work alongside “robots” and, as we already know, there are a large number of legal functions that can be replaced by technology. That number will undoubtedly increase.

Customers First, Investors Last – What were they thinking? Board Expert Nancy May Speaks

Customers First, Investors Last – What were they thinking? Board Expert Nancy May Speaks

What we believe is real, and will eventually be proven again as real to the Street, is that customers, and employees are the two key drivers of corporate success. When I say “again” I’m referring to Peter Drucker’s famous quote from decades ago: “the purpose of a business is to create and keep customers.” So many seem to have forgotten this, or have never even heard of it.

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#FEARLESSLAW

  • Ralph Schonenbach#FearlessLaw: Envoy’s Ralph Schonenbach
    In #FearlessLaw, Disruptive Forces, Legal Content, Legal Marketing, Legal Ops, Legal Tech, Market Commentary
    The way that we network has changed significantly. Prior to “connecting platforms” such as LinkedIn and Facebook, networking was about meeting people face-to-face, exchanging cards and investing time in relationships.
  • Headshot of Ed WaltersFastCase CEO Ed Walters Discusses Modern #LegalLeadership
    In #FearlessLaw, General Counsel, Legal Content, Legal Leadership, Legal Tech, News & Announcements
    It’s important to have vision and to have a conviction about how to change the course of events for the better in a big way.
  • Image of Nicole Black#FearlessLaw: Niki Black
    In #FearlessLaw
    Cloud computing is coming of age in the legal profession and we've reached a tipping point where lawyers not only understand its benefits, but also recognize that its many benefits greatly outweigh its perceived risks.
  • Headshot of Mark Cohen#FearlessLaw: LegalMosaic’s Mark A. Cohen
    In #FearlessLaw, Cyber Security, Disruptive Forces, Legal Content, Legal Tech, Market Commentary
    #FearlessLaw is our series of interviews featuring innovators and great minds in legal tech   […]
  • Kevin MillerCEO Perspective On #FearlessLaw: LegalSifter’s Kevin Miller Talks To High Performance Counsel
    In #FearlessLaw, #TheBakersDozen
    The infusion of natural language processing and machine learning into the legal profession will allow lawyers to serve more customers in the same hour than they ever thought possible. As the technology improves, so will the quality of legal services, while the cost and speed will drop. More customers – business and consumers – will have affordable access to legal support. Lawyers who build A.I.-enabled service products will benefit professionally and economically in ways they did not know were possible.
  • Headshot of Mark Cohen#LegalMosaic: How to Become an Innovative Lawyer
    In #FearlessLaw, Disruptive Forces, Legal Content, Legal Leadership, Legal Tech, Market Commentary
    Our #LegalMosaic Series collects insights from the brilliant mind of Mark Cohen. These pieces […]
  • Karen Schuler#FearlessLaw: BDO’S Karen Schuler
    In #FearlessLaw, Cyber Security, Disruptive Forces, Legal Content, Legal Tech, Market Commentary
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DISRUPTIVE FORCES

Customers First, Investors Last – What were they thinking? Board Expert Nancy May Speaks

What we believe is real, and will eventually be proven again as real to the Street, is that customers, and employees are the two key drivers of corporate success. When I say “again” I’m referring to Peter Drucker’s famous quote from decades ago: “the purpose of a business is to create and keep customers.” So many seem to have forgotten this, or have never even heard of it.

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CEO Perspective On #FearlessLaw: LegalSifter’s Kevin Miller Talks To High Performance Counsel

The infusion of natural language processing and machine learning into the legal profession will allow lawyers to serve more customers in the same hour than they ever thought possible. As the technology improves, so will the quality of legal services, while the cost and speed will drop. More customers – business and consumers – will have affordable access to legal support. Lawyers who build A.I.-enabled service products will benefit professionally and economically in ways they did not know were possible.

read more