Our speakers will discuss the outlook for legal departments in 2020 and potential challenges that in-house teams can expect to face. Finally, we’ll show a sneak preview of the European Legal Technology Study conducted by Wolters Kluwer and ECLA, which analyzed the progress corporate legal departments have made in terms of the use of technology; what the main challenges are that company lawyers face when implementing new tools and services; and what the overall view is that corporate legal departments have regarding the disruptive technology trends that are being introduced.
What you will learn:
• How define your requirements and assess the level of digitalization in your legal department
• Why you need to leverage tech to increase productivity and efficiency
• Actions you should consider taking to keep pace with changes in the legal market
• Top legal tech trends expected to have a significant impact in 2020
A former practicing lawyer in the energy sector and entrepreneur, Greg Miot founded a consulting firm dedicated to the digital transformation for legal professionals. He continued on to lead the development of Leaders League Group subsidiaries, expanding the portfolio of digital services for the legal market. Involved with legal technology for the past 10 years, he joined Legisway in 2018 as Head of New Markets and Chief Evangelist.
Maurits is the Segment Manager for Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory’s Legal Software unit with a main focus on the corporate legal segment. Over the past 10 years, Maurits has built up extensive experience and expertise in the field of legal tech solutions for corporate lawyers and specializes in guiding General Counsel when implementing software solutions. Through his work as a Senior Business Consultant and later as Senior Consultant Global Partnerships for Wolters Kluwer, Maurits speaks the language of both the lawyer and the programmer and can help in bridging the gap between them.
Co-founder Legisway Essentials, Wolters Kluwer
Harm is a Dutch entrepreneur working in legal informatics since 2000 and specialized in legal management. In 2002, Harm co-founded effacts (now known as Legisway Essential), a product of the Legal & Regulatory division of Wolters Kluwer. He is well known for his expertise on contract management, corporate governance, compliance and other legal management work. Over the years, Harm has worked on over a hundred legal management projects for international companies including IBM, ING Bank, TomTom, and AlpInvest. In 2019 Harm joined Legal Manager Services as a partner.