Reduce cost and inefficiencies with expert e-discovery services that span the entire process.
Control data and manage risk with practical and flexible services.
Streamline technology and processes to optimize legal services across the organization.
As data grows in size and complexity, we help organizations better govern, secure, find, analyze and rapidly make sense of information. Innovative technology, expert services and tenacious problem-solving provide our global clients with defensible and repeatable solutions. Organizations rely on us to root out fraud, maintain regulatory compliance, reduce legal and IT costs, protect sensitive materials, quickly find facts and harness organizational data to create business value.
Global Chief Executive Officer - Technology
"When we work with our clients, we try to understand not only what we need to achieve for the specific matter or issue, but how to solve the larger problem in a more holistic way. We do this by considering the problem from the client’s perspective and then applying the right combination of technology and expertise."
Previous General Counsel studies revealed that the trials from the past two years were critical in preparing legal teams with the endurance needed to face a myriad of emerging expectations and challenges. In this year’s GC Report, we explore three critical areas that will soon dominate time and resources: risk, culture and technology.
The pandemic has impacted us all in many ways. For some, it has meant pausing, reassessing priorities and charting a course for the future. The same can be said of businesses, and the legal departments within. To better understand the changes sought by law departments to increase efficiency through technology, FTI Consulting partnered with the Blickstein Group to conduct a study analyzing the road to technology modernization.
In a world where technology, AI and automation have penetrated nearly every facet of day-today life, it’s easy to take technological advancement for granted. Easy to assume that it has been embraced as intuitive, across all industries and business processes, to optimize efficiency and replace cumbersome manual work. In the legal field though, reality has not quite caught up to expectation. Despite significant advancements in legal technology, widespread judicial approval of machine-powered processes and a mass of proven benefits, advanced analytics and technology-assisted review (TAR) are still regarded by many lawyers as complex.