This week’s blog post centres on a question in BJL’s FAQ section:
Q: Why would a client pay me to use this system when they could pay for access themselves and get their own answers?
Altman Weil, Inc. has released their Law Firms in Transition survey for 2018, and it offers a number of insights about why law firms have been slow to incorporate new technology into their practices.
40 years ago, a $99 piece of software transformed the accounting profession. VisiCalc, developed by Harvard business student Dan Bricklin, was the first affordable and interactive electronic spreadsheet.
In 2018, it seems like every week an article is published on advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and the drastic social and economic changes it’s expected to bring. From the rise of voice-activated home assistants to algorithms that can...
This week's post looks at the evolution of legal research and its inextricable connection to advances in technology.
Introducing Tax Foresight’s Interest Deductibility Navigator
Consider the following situation. You dismiss a 46-year-old employee who has been in your service for less than 4 years. You aggressively recruited him from a competitor, where he had worked for over 20 years. He relocated to take the position...