Entries tagged “Law Firm 2.0”
Jul 13, 2015Two Rimon Partners will be presenting at the upcoming Legaltech West Coast conference, to take place on July 13-14, 2015 in San Francisco, CA. LegalTech is a premier legal technology conference hosted by ALM Media. John Isaza, FAI, will participate in a panel titled "The New Big Bang: 21st Century Information Governance Challenges". The panel features
News June 01, 2015
Top entrepreneurial firms work to strengthen cross-border capabilities for clients; Alliance will have offices throughout US, UK, Sweden and Israel.
Insight Michael Moradzadeh · March 17, 2015
- UTCPresentation by Rimon, P.C. CEO, Michael Moradzadeh and COO, Yaacov Silberman Evolutions in technology, the economy and business culture are forcing a change in the legal industry. Rimon’s CEO and COO will share how Rimon and other alternative legal services companies are changing the way lawyers practice law and how clients are ultimately the ones
Insight July 08, 2011
LegalZoom, as referenced in http://www.rimonlaw.com/blog/2011/05/31/e-law-firms-versus-document-mills, is an online service that allows people to economically generate their own legal documents, which are customized by a series of questions – think TurboTax for law. Though customized, the product is still based on a limited set of templates. LegalZoom is based in California, and was founded by Robert Shapiro, who is known for being part of O.J. Simpson’s defense team.
Insight June 24, 2011
Law firms need to take a lesson from their business-clients by utilizing technology to become more efficient and cut costs to clients.
Insight Michael Moradzadeh · March 10, 2011
The traditional law firm is based on an outdated feudal system that creates inefficiency, unhappy lawyers, and underserved clients. Adopting business models from other industries, cloud computing, and virtualization has allowed for new law firm models. These models allow attorneys better lives through increased freedom and productivity, and also allow for better client service.
Insight Michael Moradzadeh · February 21, 2011
Cloud technology allows attorneys to work anywhere they have a secure internet connection. This provides for greater flexibility, happier lawyers, higher profits, and better-served clients. However, a pure virtual law firm is not the answer. Law firms need to think outside the cloud: they need to utilize all the benefits of the 21st Century without throwing out the important aspects of traditional law firms in the process.