GCs Can't Find Money, Time To Deploy New Tech, Report Says

By Kali Hays (November 21, 2016, 4:03 PM EST) -- Adapting to and utilizing new legal technology seems to be a near constant topic of discussion among law firms and their biggest clients, but in-house counsel are facing some practical hurdles in technological progress, like budgeting and time constraints, according to a new report released Friday by Eversheds LLP and Winmark Ltd.

In their annual "Looking Glass Report" focused on digital technology for legal services, the international firm headquartered in London and Winmark, a London-based market researcher, found a vast majority of corporate in-house lawyers recognized the benefits of properly utilized legal technology, but when it comes to deploying a given...

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