Legal technology consists of a relatively small network of people applying and innovating tools and strategies to help attorneys make the best use of their time and better serve their clients. But this is lawyers we’re talking about, so there are the inevitable confrontations and disagreements, and those tend to trickle down (or up?) to the IT departments.
So what to make of e-billing, which seems to pit corporate law department against law firm accounting department? While the LEDES Oversight Committee (LOC) seems to be working toward a common e-billing system across all nations and currencies, there is still the disagreement as to who should pay for e-billing, which system to use and whether to use one at all.
We’re happy to bring you these articles and insights from contributors on the frontlines of e-billing, and we’re especially interested in your reactions to the results of the e-billing survey, co-produced by the LOC, ILTA and a few e-billing vendors. We also hope you appreciate that this white paper is being brought to you in digital-only format. Please feel free to save this document to your computer,send an e-mail message with the link to a colleague or print just the pages you want. #Survey #EBilling #ThomsonReutersElite #Whitehill #ADERANT #BusinessandFinancialManagement