UK Update: Keystone Law & GDPR Compliance, NetDocuments Elevate EMEA & ILTACON Europe

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We’re very excited to announce that UK Top 100 challenger firm Keystone Law has selected FileTrail GPS Policy Manager.

Keystone Law, which has 300 lawyers working remotely and 40 support staff, is using FileTrail together with Tikit and NetDocuments to automate compliance with GDPR requirements for document retention.Keystone Law News

When Laterals Move, Client Files May Follow: Streamlining Matter Mobility

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We’re pleased to announce the launch of FileTrail GPS: Mobility Manager

Are client file transfers causing a strain on your firm’s resources? FileTrail GPS: Mobility Manager is a solution that streamlines matter mobility, which we’ll be showcasing at ILTACON 2019.

Our CEO Darrell Mervau spoke to Legaltech News about the challenges firms face when lateral hires bring new business and client files with them, and how FileTrail GPS: Mobility Manager makes the review, authorization and transfer process more efficient. Check out the article here. (Log-in required.) 

Davis Wright Tremaine Upgrades Information Governance with FileTrail GPS

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We're delighted to announce that Davis Wright Tremaine, an Am Law 100 firm with more than 550 lawyers, has selected the FileTrail Governance Policy Suite (GPS) for information governance.

Is Your Law Firm Leveraging Information Governance to Protect Data?

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Find Out By Asking 7 Essential Questions

Recently, law firm technology services group LogicForce published “Law Firm Cyber Security Scorecard,” a bi-annual report on the current state of the industry’s security preparedness. Their findings indicate law firms have come far, but they still have a long way to go if they want to protect their client data from security breaches. After analyzing the data, LogicForce gave the legal industry only 42% on its cyber security health. That’s a concerning statistic.