PHILADELPHIA- InOutsource Director of Operations, Eric Mosca, is quoted in this article from the “Art of the Hack” website outlining some of the common misconceptions related to information security. Eric Mosca notes that your law firm’s biggest security concerns are most likely to come from those within your organization. Click the hyperlink above or find the […]
PHILADELPHIA- InOutsource is proud to announce the availability of a number of custom workflow solutions through the Intapp Marketplace. The Intapp Marketplace is designed to offer insight into available solutions built on the Intapp Flow platform. InOutsource has developed a number of workflow processes around risk management, information governance, and other areas of expertise. Follow […]
Your firm’s attorneys are often kept from starting work with a new client because of dozens of pages of potential conflicts. Many law firms send that huge report to the requesting attorney and hope for the best, but there is a better way. Originally published by ILTA, the article explores the benefits of centralizing conflicts […]
Eric Mosca contributes comments on Law Firm Cyber Security Concerns in Legaltech News, June 2015 edition, page 20.
Law firm records and risk management thought-leaders gathered in Chicago earlier this year for their second annual symposium dedicated to developing a proposed framework for information governance within the Legal industry
New Business Intake is critical to firm business performance because it directly impacts profitability. It’s the moment when firms identify and resolve possible conflicts of interest, decide which clients best match business objectives, and initiate other risk-related processes. A unique nexus, the process engages almost all departments across the firm: lawyers and their assistants input […]
Researching and evaluating potential conflicts of interest is a core aspect of every law firm’s business operations.
Records and information management is a fundamental aspect of every client engagement. Clients are increasingly raising concerns regarding the security and confidentiality of the information which they expect their counsel to maintain during and after representation.
Performing the necessary research to support your records retention policy is not a small task.
An attorney’s duties in representing clients extend beyond the practice of law. While we have come to expect that attorneys also function as business and marketing advisers, supervisors of junior staff and risk management authorities, they are frequently asked to be knowledgeable in records management as well.