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Leading Legal Services Company Honored Alongside Litigation Department of the Year Texas Winner, Baker Botts, California-based Legal Services Innovation Winner, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, and Corporate Services Winner, 3M
Joey Seeber named among Texas CEO Magazine’s Exceptional Leadership in Texas 2020
Level Legal’s Daniel Bonner offers key questions to answer to ensure that workflows prevent critical mistakes, like providing information not requested, and privilege and privacy violations.
An ILTA>ON panel examined the sometimes fraught relationship between legal departments, law firms and vendors, and how the attorneys involved can make for a smoother working experience.
Law Firms Have A Target On Their Backs When It Comes To Cyberattacks
Level Legal partnership with Oasis strengthens arsenal of data discovery tools with comprehensive global solutions suite
Level Legal, a leading legal services company, today announced a partnership with Oasis, legal technology and IaaS provider, to extend Level Legal’s capacity to serve clients on a global level with customized managed services offerings without the burden of a long-term commitment to a single technology.
Level Legal team expansion includes promotion of compliance veteran coupled with appointments of former Allstate eDiscovery Counsel and Lex Machina, Thomson Reuters industry expert.
Level Legal uses 125-point checklist to vet technologies before recommending, all spearheaded by employee-led Technology Working Group
Level Legal, a leading legal services company, announces it has established a Technology Working Group (TWG) dedicated to researching and identifying best-in-class legal technology and business intelligence tools to service the company’s growing stable of compliance, privacy, and eDiscovery clients.
The economic and court-related slowdowns brought on by the coronavirus pandemic have led to eDiscovery workforce cuts, business operations changes, and more. But some changes brought by the shift to remote work have had unintended benefits. CEO Joey Seeber talks with Zach Warren of Legaltech News.
A Dallas company helping law firms is dealing with something more uncommon in the world of COVID-19: growth. “We’ve not seen a decrease in demand,” Level Legal CEO Joey Seeber said in an interview. “Instead, we’ve seeing an increase in demand.”