When law firms do not formally govern their information, they are at real risk of losing critical data - both theirs, and their clients'. The risks are both financial and reputational - and sometimes risks even reach the level of bet-the-firm. Read on for what you can do to protect your firm.read more
According to the Association for Financial Professionals’ Payment and Fraud Controls report, 2017 was a record year for payment fraud. The tactics employed by scammers and other malicious outsiders continue to grow more complex each year, deceiving even the savviest organizations and costing time, money, and organizational resources.read more
Key personnel at law firms need to concentrate on core business. Everything else is distraction.read more
Of course, support services are necessary to a functioning firm. The challenge is to focus on core business without distracting key players. To this end, many law firms are outsourcing middle and back office functions to legal process outsourcing providers (LPOs) so they can concentrate on client services and optimizing business systems.