Tag: legal technology

In Is Out – and “Out”Sourcing Is “In!” – The LeXFactor Briefs

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Lexicon Brand Manager Lauren Hoffmann hosts another edition of The LeXFactor Briefs, looking at what’s making news in the legal industry. In this episode, Lauren is joined by co-host Brad Paubel, Lexicon’s chief information officer, in discussing recent legal industry survey results depicting the amount of back-office work law firms are outsourcing. Law firms have…

Lexicon Announces New Chief People Experience Officer

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Legal IT Professionals recently shared Lexicon’s announcement of Ken Fleischmann as the new Chief People Experience Officer. In this role Ken will guide the company’s internal people experience initiatives, and also provide leadership accountability for the Lexicon HR services packages available to its law firm customers, including payroll and benefits management, leadership training, employee development,…

How COVID “Remotely” Affected I.T. During the Past Year – The LeXFactor

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In this episode of The LeXFactor, a lawfully good podcast, we take a look at how Information Technology within the context of law firm practice management operations were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic during the past year. Lexicon’s Brand Manager Lauren Hoffman takes the lead in talking with member’s of Lexicon’s I.T. leadership team –…

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…

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…