Dan O’Day is the CEO and Co-Founder of ECFX, an automated electronic court filing notice management system for law firms and corporate legal departments. Dan has years of experience in driving strategic vision in legal technology, previously as VP of Sales and Service at American LegalNet and multiple operations and product development roles at Elite and Thomson Reuters. Dan received his JD from Pepperdine and practiced complex civil litigation.

ECFX was founded by attorneys and legal technology experts with a single goal: to address unmet automation needs in the legal industry. They are committed to filling in the gaps in legal workflows with intelligently automated solutions, enabling firms to save time, gain control, mitigate risks, and improve visibility. In this episode, Dan O’Day will provide us with insights on how automation is being recently introduced in the legal industry. Dan will share how this industry has been very resistant to changes in technology and how they are gradually helping the whole legal infrastructure to be a place that is more open to technological tools.

Key Takeaways in This Episode:

  • The challenge of dealing with an industry resistant to technological changes
  • Why networking and relationships are crucial during the early stage
  • How Covid was a game changer to introduce technology in the legal industry
  • No need to speak negatively about the competition in order to compete

Ari Kaplan spoke with Dan O’Day and Ted Kukorowski, CEO/co-founder and managing director for large law, respectively, at ECFX, a provider of an electronic notice management system. They discuss law firm challenges in litigation management, the value of automation in litigation, and how technology can align the range of electronic filing protocols around the country.

Contract Insight® Enterprise, CobbleStone Software’s user-friendly contract management software, can streamline your organization’s contract management processes by centralizing contracts in a searchable database with integrated AI and machine learning. Watch the video to learn more. 

Channel-based communications and collaboration have fueled productivity and have transformed the way we work and communicate. The information on these platforms is mission critical. Problem is, these applications were not designed for discovery, investigations, nor compliance. Collaboration and dynamic data are the new normal. So what are you going to do about it?

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Onna’s video showcase with Kelly Griswold, COO, on how to access and control your cloud data for eDiscovery, compliance, and more.


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Your data is vulnerable. Hackers access home computers. Employees and contractors can cause breaches. The information security risk is real.

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COVID-19 has fast-tracked strategic workplace initiatives to address a dispersed workforce and digital transformation. I work with Law Offices who are reimagining their workplace strategy with an emphasis on safety and social distancing, flexibility, cost reduction, and employee experience as they balance between back-to-work and work-from-home – the Hybrid Workplace.

Smarten Spaces functionality at a glance:

  • Desk & Meeting Room Booking
  • Self-Service App > Check out our Interactive App Demo
  • Workforce Rostering
  • Space Optimization & Management 
  • Occupancy Control
  • COVID-19 Safety Management & automated Social Distancing using your floor plan
  • Artificial Intelligence to automatically calculate and suggest the best hybrid schedule and locations
  • and more than 60 out-of-the-box integrations for systems automation with Access Control, Building Automation, IoT sensors, and more.

Companies can seamlessly shift to the new hybrid workplace and balance between remote work and the future workplace.

In a time where the COVID pandemic has forced businesses and its employees to veer from traditional working practices, opportunities have risen for companies to transform their workspaces and hours in order to continue operations whilst ensuring the safety of their workers and customers.

Earlier this year, Smarten Spaces, a global workplace technology brand creating future-ready spaces, announced the availability of Jumpree 3.0 – a fully integrated end-to-end software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution that helps companies get back to work and employees comfortable with the new workplace. Smarten Spaces can better meet the needs of users in the post-pandemic world, combining the latest innovative technology with a deep understanding of the cultural forces that shape workplace interactions and engagement.