Technology and data security: two huge topics for the 21st century, regardless of the industry in which your business operates. The inevitability of disruption or the possibility of a breach mark the road ahead with opportunity and a sense of urgency.
The London Law Expo 2018 – Europe’s largest law expo, in the heart of London – will see visitors hashing out these issues, as well as a range of other topics which explore growth and profitability in legal practice management. An impressive list of speakers will be there to delve into issues that are steadily transforming traditional practice: Alicia Hardy, Director of Professional Support at White & Case, will discuss Evolutions in data capture and Andrew Haslam, UK eDisclosure Project Manager at Squire Patton Boggs, will pose the question: Machine Learning & Contract Review – Hype or Breakthrough? These are just some of the topics of interest to EVS Translations.
Our international offices work with law firms to navigate the language issues that arise during M&A, litigation or other cross-border/multi-jurisdictional deals. Our recent Language technology for law firms white paper explains how specialised language service providers use the latest language technology to help law firms significantly reduce costs involved in searching foreign language data, speed up processing times and provide tighter data security. Did you know it’s possible to rapidly search hundreds of pages of foreign language data via a closed software system that won’t extract your data for commercial profit? Neither do a lot of lawyers.
Jo Brompton from our UK team will be heading down to London on October 9th to find out more about technology and security concerns as well as the latest business trends for UK law firms. If you would like to meet with her on the day, why not get in touch on +44 (0)115 934 5010 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org. She can give you insight into how EVS Translations supports law firms to overcome potential barriers on the road to international success.