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Get a live demo of how the imDocShare One Teams app enables you to experience the real-time co-authoring of iManage content in Microsoft Teams.

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In this 30-minute webinar, we’ll show a live demo of how the imDocShare One Teams app enables you to experience the real-time co-authoring of iManage content in Microsoft Teams.
  • How to seamlessly co-author Microsoft Office documents (Word, Excel, or PowerPoint) stored in iManage without ever leaving Microsoft Teams

  • How does the co-authoring capability of the imDocShare One Teams app reduce document creation and review times by allowing multiple users to collaborate simultaneously?

  • As a bonus, learn how the imDocShare Sync app helps to synchronize documents between Microsoft Teams and iManage and securely share iManage document links within a 1-1 or group chat.

The advent of generative AI marks a pivotal moment for in-house legal teams. Like any emerging technology, it brings immense opportunities and risks. As teams adopt AI, a crucial question arises – how can we strategically harness its power?

One is six people lives with a disability of some kind – whether hidden or visible, temporary, situational or permanent. That translates to a huge number of potential travelers with needs that aren’t currently being met. At Reed & Mackay, we believe people with visible and hidden disabilities have the right to access travel, just like anybody else.

Diversity, Equality and Inclusion (DEI) is integral to many of our clients. And we believe in using our position of influence and connections within the industry to lobby for change, amplify our clients’ voices and provide the same standards of service to all. We get how important it is for our clients to offer all their employees the same opportunities to travel and progress in their careers – and we’re doing everything we can to support them in this.

No two travelers or trips are ever the same, so why should meeting the needs of travelers with disabilities be a one-size-fits-all exercise?

We strive to give all our clients – regardless of their abilities – the same levels of exceptional service. Our dedicated service mindset means we put ourselves in your shoes and go the extra mile for you.

Read our white paper to find out how Reed & Mackay helps you travel without prejudice.

Legal101 — to connect, communicate, and collaborate

Legal101 is on the go mobile-ready intranet platform, which empowers law firms to accelerate employee productivity, enhance communication and workplace efficiency. The platform enables attorneys and practitioners to stay connected and informed with law firms’ updates.

Legal101 Highlights

Lawyer Dashboard

Actionable Alerts

My Favorite Links / My Tools

Firm News and Newsletter System

Firm / Department / Office Calendar system

Firm Directory

Guided Search Experience

Search Results

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This whitepaper serves as a guide to help you make the most of the eDiscovery capabilities currently available from Microsoft. This can help you adopt an efficient workflow to better manage risk and cost by quickly finding relevant content to satisfy eDiscovery requirements related to internal investigations, legal and regulatory requests.

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imDocShare is an innovative solution to conveniently live view, edit, search and sync iManage Work Server 10.2+ & iManage Cloud content within Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft OneDrive for Business, and Microsoft Teams.

The key Add-Ons of imDocShare

imDocShare One Teams app

imDocShare Teams app allows users to LiveView, Add, Edit, Search, and Sync any iManage Work Server 10.2+ (or iManage Cloud) content in Microsoft Teams as a personal app or Channel Tab.

Users can reference & insert document cards from iManage in Teams’ Conversations (Post), Save Microsoft Teams Channel Conversation Thread selectively to iManage and ensure Content Governance and Compliance

imDocShare Sync

imDocShare Sync allows users to automatically perform bi-directional/one-way sync of everything or selected folders/files, including metadata fields, between SharePoint, Teams Files, OneDrive Libraries, and iManage Workspaces/folder.

imDocShare Hybrid Search

imDocShare Hybrid Search provides the ability to Search multiple iManage and SharePoint content sources from one single integrated search interface in SharePoint.

imDocShare Content Browser

imDocShare Content Browser provides the ability to look up and reference any iManage content sources with your .NET, PHP, Java, or Full Stack web app.

imDocShare Attach

imDocShare Attach provides the ability to look up and link iManage documents within SharePoint List and Document Libraries.

Co-Authoring using Office Client

Users can co-author Office (version 2013 or above) documents saved in iManage right within SharePoint & Teams using Office Client like Word, Excel on their laptop.

imDocShare Admin

Users can centrally manage and enforce imDocShare Settings, including enable/disable/default-value setup of properties that can be otherwise modified by Page Admins in SharePoint WebParts and Users in Microsoft Teams’ Channel Tab.

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Respond with confidence, speed and precision. Our team provides rapid insight into the potential severity of a cybersecurity incident, quickly defining the extent of exposure and the obligations to the company, customers, employees, and third parties.

Through proprietary data mining, AI, technology, and custom workflows, we work around the clock, collaborating with counsel, to identify compromised private and sensitive information, the potential data subjects affected, and the nature of the data involved with the incident.

We report on the contents within the impacted data set—including the list of affected entities with their contact information, an itemized list of Non-Public Personal Information (NPPI), Personal Health Information (PHI), and other sensitive compromised data—speeding generation of notification lists while reducing the number of documents requiring review.

With the largest team of experienced incident response resources in the industry, our team has the flexibility, scalability, and blend of proprietary and best-of-breed technology solutions to meet the tightest of deadlines.

The UnitedLex advantage

— 1,000+ experienced and dedicated data mining, management, technology and incident response review resources

— Experience leading 1,000s of IR engagements

— 24/7/365 support model to meet or exceed tight deadlines

— More inclusive and precise identification of sensitive information leveraging proprietary AI and data mining methods–improving review times from days to hours

—Deep bench strength in GDPR, FERPA, and multi-language data sets

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Marketing your law firm online requires a mix of traditional online marketing techniques and tactics specific to the legal industry. Your starting place is a traditional website that informs clients about your legal practice and the lawyers that work there. From that starting place, you want to incorporate the following best practices to maximize the efficiency of your online marketing.


When trying to find a lawyer, the average person doesn’t need general legal advice. They need legal assistance for a specific problem. This is why your website should highlight the areas you specialize in. Include your law specialty in the tags for your website, in the opening paragraph, and regularly throughout the page.


In addition to a website, you want your online presence on various social media platforms. Most people use only one or two types of social media in their daily life. Every platform where you aren’t present reduces the audience that is likely to discover your law office. Even if you only use a social media site minimally, providing links to your website will increase traffic.


Approximately 0.36% of the population has a law degree. The rest have a very limited understanding of the law and are certain to have questions. By publishing a FAQ to your website, you are providing an easy way for potential clients to find exactly the information they are looking for, even without direct contact.


One of the best ways to drive traffic to your website is to update it regularly. Websites with new content receive a bump in Google ratings and are more likely to appear on the front page of web results. Additionally, information that is interesting to your clients will encourage them to visit your website more regularly.


Roughly 50% of mobile searches are for local services. In order to maximize your visibility on local searches, you need to register your practice with Google+ Local. This will provide Google Maps information for your law firm and ensure that your law firm.


Websites in the first five search results receive roughly 50% of web traffic and websites on the first page receive 95%. Do a search for legal services. Law directories always appear in the sponsored results near the top of the first page. Thus, even if your business doesn’t appear on the first page, if you can be found in a law directory, there is a greater chance of being found by a new client.


As of 2022, 63% of all Google searches were performed on mobile and that number has consistently increased throughout the past decade. Any website needs to be mobile friendly in order to be useful. Any investment into getting your website optimized for mobile will definitely pay off in the long run.


Advertising dollars need to be spent as efficiently as possible, which means targeting the right demographics. You want your ads to be seen by people who are most likely to need the specific services you offer. For example, if you specialize in estate law, you want your ads to be viewed by older individuals. You can specify target demographics when purchasing online advertising and you should.


Even if you don’t work together, it is valuable to create online “alliances” with other attorneys. This is an excellent way to get referrals when clients need practices areas allied attorneys don’t provide, and all you need to do is return the favor. Including links to their practice on your website (and in return have them link to your website) will also improve your Google rankings, due to having quality backlinks.


Clients expect professionalism from lawyers and that goes for your website as well. If your website looks like it was designed by an amateur, potential clients are likely to immediately leave your page. Hire a professional to design your website and provide regular maintenance.


The average person spends an average of 2 minutes and 17 seconds navigating a website. That means you have to engage with them quickly. Having an easy to navigate website is a big part of that. The faster visitors can find the information they are looking for, the more time they will spend actually interacting with that information.


According to data from Reevoo, conversion rates increase by roughly 50% between a website with no reviews and one with 10 reviews. Conversion rates continue to consistently improve as more reviews are added. You should leverage this by rewarding clients for providing reviews. Since you choose which reviews go on your website, it doesn’t matter whether they are positive or negative.


A call to action offers two major benefits. First, it engages potential clients with an activity as soon as they arrive at your website. Should they call you or fill out a survey? You let them know. Second, it gives visitors easy access to your contact information. Both of these benefits increase the conversion rate of your website.


Similar to how a call-to-action lets your clients know how best to contact you, opt-in marketing lets your clients easily tell you how it is best to contact them. They choose what types of marketing to receive and how to receive it, via text, e-mail, etc. Studies also show that opt-in marketing has a much higher conversion rate than opt-out marketing.


Due to the area of law you practice, you expect a specific demographic to frequent your website. For example, if you provide family law, you expect parents will mostly browse your website. In that case, you should include links on your site that are useful for parents, even if they are only tangentially related to the law. Providing extra value for your key demographic improves conversion rates.

Save Time and Reduce Cost by Automating ECF Notice Processing

Reducing operational costs has been a significant focus of law firms and corporate legal departments for some time. The automation of high volume/low-value repetitive tasks – the kind which no one involved relishes performing – is a strategy that has been widely adopted by law firms and corporate legal departments alike, and is well-proven to be effective in delivering operational efficiencies that result in lower costs and superior outcomes.

It no longer makes sense for law firms to continue to process electronic court filing (ECF) notices manually when these time-consuming, cumbersome, error prone, and typically non-billable tasks can be automated.

The benefits of ECF notice automation for firms of any size are quantitatively and qualitatively significant in terms of (i) reduced cost (with fast ROI); (ii) risk mitigation; (iii) enforcement of firm policies; (iv) better data quality; (v) better visibility into resource needs and allocation; and (vi) improved partner and employee morale.

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At kitchen tables, workplaces, bars, and various media outlets around the globe AI has been a hot topic. It’s fair to say ‘the hype got real in 2023’, and we at Henchman must admit that all the buzz is quite contagious.

Is AI fatigue looming in 2024 and will we see a survival of the fittest when it comes to AI tools, or will the daggering speed at which new tools are popping like mushrooms continue – and even develop themselves, like some dare to say?

The central question remains clear: what problems are we trying to solve, what specific use cases might apply, and which tech is best suited to solve them?

To keep you fresh, energized, and fueled with ideas, we at Henchman asked a bunch of legal experts within our network what they see happening in the legal world regarding tech, what purpose legal tech should serve, and what they believe the ideal legal tech stack in 2024 (and beyond) looks like.

Curious to discover whether they bought a ticket for the hype train, or if they are suffering from AI fatigue?

Learn from the likes of 8 established thought leaders at Deloitte, Schoenherr Attorneys at Law, Reed Smith LLP, Womble Bond Dickinson (UK), Pryor Cashman, Legal Tech Consultants, Lexis Nexis, and Titans.

You can read the full report here