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In September 2016, Allvision’s Andrew Haslam hung up his consultancy boots to take a permanent role at Squire Patton Boggs. This brings to an end the consultancy and training element of Allvision, though Andrew hopes to be able to continue … Continue reading
Allvision’s Andrew Haslam recently led a Webinar session on the TCC protocol. You can see the 10 minute “teaser” here. The webinar is part of the LexisNexis “Hot Topic” series and to buy the whole hour you need to go … Continue reading
Aided and abetted by a number of collaborators, Andrew Haslam’s review of LegalTech 2015 is now available online here.
Allvision’s Andrew Haslam recently filmed did a 15 minute video piece on UK eDisclosure for The Legal Review (a thought leadership platform for the UK legal profession). You can see the results here.
Allvision now offer a one day course on eDisclosure, details shown here. Allvision’s Andrew Haslam commented “I thought there was a need in the UK’s eDisclosure marketplace for a course like this. The recent pilot day saw 30 applicants for the 12 … Continue reading
The 2014 edition of the Allvision Buyer’s Guide to eDisclosure systems is now available. As well as updated sections for readers on what eDisclosure is all about, and how best to procure a litigation support system, the Guide now has … Continue reading
Aided and abetted by a number of collaborators, Andrew Haslam’s review of LegalTech 2014 is now available online here.
As in previous years, Allvision’s Andrew Haslam has contributed towards the Society for Computers in Law (SCL) annual list of predictions for the forthcoming year. This time you get an added bonus as he looks back over the previous 3 … Continue reading
Allvision’s Andrew Haslam recently chaired a session on Litigation Readiness at the 2013 LawTech Europe Congress which took place in Prague over the 21st and 22nd Ocotober. He has now turned the notes of the conversation into an article, which can … Continue reading
On Friday 1st November, Allvision’s Andrew Haslam was part of a team delivering training on the Technology and Construction Court eDisclosure protocol. His slide show can be seen here.