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Allvision’s Andrew Haslam is taking part in a number of events, more details below: LawTech Europe Congress is taking place in Prague on 21/22 November. Andrew is running a panel session called ” Enterprise Information Management – The Advantages of … Continue reading
Allvision’s Andrew Haslam has contributed an article on Computer Assisted review (CAR) to The Times supplement on Legal Efficiency, though the choice of headline was not his. You can read the article here, and the rest of the supplement is … Continue reading
The annual report on this year’s LegalTech is now available online here.
Allvision’s Andrew Haslam has just been announced as the chair of the eDiscovery and digital investigations panel session at the LawTech Futures event on 15th March 2012. Details of the panellists and discussion topics to follow, but more detail on … Continue reading
Allvision’s Andrew Haslam has contributed to the Society of Computers in Law (SCL) predictions for 2012 by giving his thoughts on the likely developments in the field of eDisclosure. Read them here.
The November issue in the Legal Support Network set of “Briefing” documents has just been published and is focused on eDisclosure. Allvision’s Andrew Haslam contributed towards the article by Joanna Goodman on “Empowering Litigation Support”. See the Legal Support Network … Continue reading
Allvision’s Andrew Haslam has been asked to speak at the inaugural Lawtech Europe Conference which will be held in Prague in the Czech Republic on 12 November 2012. It’s a long way off, but this promises to be an exciting … Continue reading
Allvision provides free 1-2 hour training sessions on eDisclosure. One such session recent took place for a set of barrister’s chambers at 3 Paper Buildings which was delivered by Andrew Haslam in conjunction with Chris Dale of the eDisclosure Information … Continue reading
Allvision’s Andrew Haslam was the chair on the first day of the Lexis Nexis Alternative Legal IT conference and gave the following opening remarks. We have an exciting programme for you, but before we go through that, I just wanted to reflect … Continue reading