NEW YORK, Dec. 4, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In the latest indicator of disruption in the legal technology industry, ALM's Law Technology News reports today that a number of influential electronic data discovery industry veterans made significant career moves to new positions over the past 18 months.
In its December 2013 issue cover story, "Watch List," LTN Editor-in-Chief Monica Bay documents recent significant career moves by 12 leaders and explores a possible common theme behind these recent changes.
"We found that some of these moves were normal career upgrades, but in many cases the underlying motivation was to expand their horizons," said Bay. "The emergence of predictive analytics is not just changing e-discovery protocols and expectations, but is shaping major change in information management and governance. How these sophisticated tools will affect legal, corporate and government organizations presents challenges in everything from compliance to risk management, and presents both challenges and opportunities to those who will lead."
The December 2013 issue of LTN is available online now at www.lawtechnologynews.com.
Other editorial highlights from the latest issue include the following:
- A summary of key findings from the 2013 Am Law Tech survey from ALM's The American Lawyer and ALM Legal Intelligence.
- An essay from Jeffrey Brandt warning of the hazards faced by lawyers who belittle their non-lawyer peers and underestimate the power of teams.
- Highlights of the 2013 Legal Process Outsourcing survey from ALM's Corporate Counsel and ALM Legal Intelligence.
- Stumped on finding the perfect gift for your favorite legal tech friend? Get ideas from our 2013 Holiday Gift List (from cars to robots!).
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