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The Workplace Revolution: Rethinking Your Tech Stack for the Long-Term Shift to Flexible Work


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 65 minutes
Recorded Date: September 15, 2021
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Agenda

  • How trends in flexible work are impacting the legal industry?
  • Technologies law firms should explore to help their employees and clients succeed
  • Criteria IT buyers should use to evaluate these technologies
  • How LogMeIn customers in the legal industry are coping in today’s world of flexible work?
Runtime: 1 hour, 5 minutes
Recorded: September 15, 2021

Difficulty: Experienced Attorneys (Non-Transitional)

Description

The global pandemic has accelerated the adoption of nascent technologies, especially technologies that allow employees to work from home and maintain connections with customers. Like all businesses, law firms were deeply impacted by COVID-19 and seismic shifts in workplace norms. According to Bloomberg Law, at least 75% of employees in the legal industry have been working from home during lockdowns.

However, the “workplace revolution” is likely to continue as businesses emerge from lockdown. In a legal industry survey from Loeb Leadership, 67% of respondents desired the flexibility to work from home in a post-COVID world. Long-term shifts toward flexible work will require firms to think differently about their tech stacks. In order to retain top talent, attract top clients, and maximize their billable hours, firms should empower their workforce to connect and collaborate, to support clients, and to secure their data.

This program was recorded on September 15th, 2021.

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American Bar Association
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Panelists

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Paul Gentile

Senior Director of Product Marketing
LogMeIn

Paul is a Senior Director of Product Marketing at LogMeIn, overseeing the company’s UCC portfolio. He has more than a decade of product development, product strategy and go-to-market experience in the digital transformation and SaaS space, with previous roles as Vice President for Pearson and regional sales manager for Thomson Course Technology.

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Alix Hagan

Director Product Marketing
LogMeIn

Alix Hagan is the Director of Product Marketing at LogMeIn. She earned her Master's of Business Administration in Marketing at Northeastern University in 2013.

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Katie Petrillo

Director of Product Marketing for LastPass
LogMeIn

Katie Petrillo is the Director of Product Marketing at LastPass.

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Jennifer L. Moore

Shareholder
Bennett Bigelow & Leedom, P.S.

Jennifer’s practice is focused on defense of hospitals, clinics, physicians, pharmacists, nurses and other health care providers. She represents health care providers in all facets of complex medical negligence cases from pre-suit negotiation to trial. Jennifer also represents health care providers at arbitrations and in administrative hearings before DSHS and the Department of Health, including the Medical Quality Assurance Commission, the Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission, and the Pharmacy Quality Assurance Commission.

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Heather Munday, CEDS

Director of Practice Support
Bennett Bigelow & Leedom, P.S.

Heather Munday, CEDS, is the Director of Practice Support at Bennett Bigelow & Leedom. She provides the firm with integrated technical and training resources to make the most of the litigation team’s skills and talents for the benefit of the firm’s clients. She leads the firm’s paralegal team and provides principle leadership with the implementation of integrated technical resources. Heather has been in the legal industry since 2001 as a paralegal and a litigation project manager.


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