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The pitfalls of commingling personal devices, corporate data, and private lives

The pitfalls of commingling personal devices, corporate data, and private lives

Commingling business and personal data is a growing trend–and ticking time bomb–for U.S. corporations, law departments, and employees. Before the global pandemic, the use of personal mobile devices for work-related matters was commonplace–whether sanctioned by business organizations or not–and the exchange of information between personal and work accounts was likewise commonplace.

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Can Law Firm Culture Shift to a Post-Pandemic Mindset?

Can Law Firm Culture Shift to a Post-Pandemic Mindset?

Our Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer Leigh Vickery for International Legal Technology Association (ILTA)’s summer issue of Peer to Peer Magazine. The piece takes a deep dive into law firm culture and how organizations can make the cultural mindset shift necessary for post-pandemic business success.

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A US Federal Privacy Law Will Be No Magic Bullet

A US Federal Privacy Law Will Be No Magic Bullet

Undoubtedly, one of the hottest topics in legal right now is data privacy and the burgeoning state laws being enacted, which is why our CEO Joey Seeber recently penned a piece discussing the need for federal privacy law for CEP Magazine (Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE)).

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