LAW FIRM INFORMATION GOVERNANCE SYMPOSIUM: 2021 REPORTS

LAW FIRM INFORMATION GOVERNANCE SYMPOSIUM: 2021 REPORTS

Introduction

The Law Firm Information Governance Symposium (LFIGS) reports offer definitions, processes and best practices specifically for information governance within law firms. In 2021, members authored 3 new reports that focus on the lasting impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the supply chain and risk assessments, outside counsel guidelines and client collaboration.

Visit the reports here:

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Client Information Governance Requests: How the Landscape Has Changed

The last three years have brought a lot of changes to the information landscape and with that comes meaningful changes to the mandates issued by our clients. To that end, we take a look at the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) guidelines and how best to develop a standard approach.
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Supply Chain Risk Management in Law Firms: Getting Started and Practical Guidance

Law firms are no stranger to attacks on their supply chain where the intended target is often a lawyer, staff member or client. If businesses, including law firms, suffer a data breach due to their own, or that of their sub-contractors, mishandling of data, it can result in significant client / business loss, reputational damage and significant financial impact.
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Strategies For Collaboration Site Governance In Law Firms

Collaboration software can come in many forms, but at its heart, it is all about aligning people to provide firms with an ability to better serve and communicate with their clients. For the law firm, implementation drivers can range from internal needs to client demands, and the various tools available provide a range of features and functionality.