Category: Practice Management

Lexicon CEO in Legal Management Magazine

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Lexicon CEO Scott Brennan was recently quoted in a Legal Management article about the changes the business side of the legal industry has experienced over the last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Like the rest of the world, the legal world has been forced to adapt on the fly to a rapidly changing working…

5 Stupid Business Mistakes Made by Law Firms – The LeXFactor

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In this episode of The LeXFactor, a lawfully good podcast, Lexicon’s Brand Manager Lauren Hoffman and CIO Brad Paubel interview Scott Brennan, Lexicon CEO (Brad’s and Lauren’s boss) – highlighting some of the stupidest mistakes that law firms can make as a business. Download and tune in as Scott provides details on five (5) specific topics that ultimately…

It’s Here: How Law Firms Must Prepare for the Rise of “New Law”

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Scan a list of legal trade headlines right now, and one or more are likely to reference “new law,” which has come to broadly mean leveraging technology to provide legal services in novel ways. Some law firms may ignore this trend and continue their “old law” approach – which could soon drive them out of…

The Future of Court Proceedings – The LeXFactor

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In this episode of The LeXFactor, a lawfully good podcast, Lexicon Brand Manager Lauren Hoffman and CIO Brad Paubel are once again joined by Stephen Embry, legal industry journalist and practicing attorney, as he provides commentary and analysis on what court proceedings could look like in the future: virtual, in-person, or even a hybrid approach. Speculation is rampant how…

Utilization of Technology Inside and Outside of the Courtroom – The LeXFactor

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In this episode of The LeXFactor, a lawfully good podcast, Lexicon Brand Manager Lauren Hoffman and CIO Brad Paubel interview Stephen Embry, an attorney and legal industry writer, to discuss some key takeaways from recent research regarding the use of technology in the courtroom, training, and e-discovery. There were some significant changes from 2018 to 2020—and there are sure…