Litera Blog

Although updating software may not be top of mind for you right now, we followed through with our commitment to the features and functionality you have requested. Every product received updates with your feedback in mind, and the most notable changes are highlighted in the videos below. Detailed information on all product updates can always be found on the Customer Center or by contacting your Customer Success Manager (CSM) whenever you’re ready to update.  …
Litera’s business continuity series dives into the unprecedented challenges we are all facing and looks at how technology can help provide what law firms need to continue serving their clients, even while their teams are working remotely, unable to travel or meet face-to-face with clients, and otherwise disrupted from their regular routines. You can find the introduction here.…
Litera’s business continuity series dives into the unprecedented challenges we are all facing and looks at how technology can help provide what law firms need to continue serving their clients, even while their teams are working remotely, unable to travel or meet face-to-face with clients, and otherwise disrupted from their regular routines. You can find the introduction here and part two, about working remotely, here.…
Litera’s business continuity series, which began last week, dives into the unprecedented challenges we are all facing and looks at how technology can help provide what law firms need to continue serving their clients, even while their teams are working remotely, unable to travel or meet face-to-face with clients, and otherwise disrupted from their regular routines.…
Law firms—like all of us—are feeling the impacts of the coronavirus outbreak. But legal professionals aren’t concerned only for themselves; they’re standing alongside their clients in crisis. With entire industries at risk of grinding to a halt, lawyers are facing an uptick in demand. They can’t afford to close their doors when clients need them, even when the reality is mandating their own difficult business decisions. Baker McKenzie, Faegre Drinker, Quinn Emanuel, and other law firms have temporarily closed their offices. Conferences and events have been canceled due to bans on travel and group assembly. What are…
Law firms—like all of us—are feeling the impacts of the coronavirus outbreak. But legal professionals aren’t concerned only for themselves; they’re standing alongside their clients in crisis. With entire industries at risk of grinding to a halt, lawyers are facing an uptick in demand. They can’t afford to close their doors when clients need them, even when the reality is mandating their own difficult business decisions. Baker McKenzie, Faegre Drinker, Quinn Emanuel, and other law firms have temporarily closed their offices. Conferences and events have been canceled due to bans on travel and group assembly. What are…
Sometimes—especially in the first few months of the year—it’s helpful to step back, take stock of where you’ve been, reevaluate where you’re going, and make sure that the path you’re on is going to get you there.…
At Litera, we’ve spent the last few years changing our approach. We’re no longer creating point solutions to discrete problems; instead, we carefully study and streamline the overall workflows that lawyers use to create their documents, collaborate on them, and even use them in transactions. That’s how we realized that there was a sticking point in the way that lawyers were reusing clauses in their contracts and other documents.…
As 2019 draws to a close, I’ve been reflecting on what we’ve accomplished at Litera over the last year. It’s been another remarkable year, with continued growth for Litera Desktop and our expansion of the document lifecycle into transaction management. Along the way, we’ve continued our focus on workflow-centric solutions, further built our global presence, and invested substantially in our own research and development. It’s also been a year of validation, as we’ve seen and heard firsthand about the benefits of vendor consolidation and workflow simplification for our end users.…
Over the last few decades, lawyers have embraced technology for all kinds of tasks. We use artificial intelligence to rapidly identify case law precedents, judicial analytics to better predict how judges will rule on issues, automation and advanced document technology to assemble and check our contracts and other documents, and technology-assisted review to conquer piles of ediscovery.…