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5 Ways Lawyers Can Pitch Technology To Win New Business - Article for Law Technology Today

Posted by Lily Bruns on Sep 14, 2016 4:00:00 PM

Legal technology doesn't just pay off in time-savings, it can improve a firm's prospects and help build better relationships with clients. Software purchases are often a mandate to improve internal processes, but that's only the beginning of its potential impact on legal work and business.

In a new article for Law Technology Today, Allegory founder and CEO Alma Asay shares "Five Ways Lawyers Can Pitch Technology To Win New Business."

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Topics: Alma Asay, Law Technology Today, BigLaw, Press, LegalTech, Business Development

Law Technology Today Profiles Allegory, Alma Asay, and the Pain Points of Litigation

Posted by Pavla Kopecna on May 16, 2016 4:00:00 PM

In Law Technology Today’s online cover story, Gwynne Monahan charts Alma Asay's path from Gibson Dunn through planting the seeds of a new litigation software to running a successful legal tech software company and how technology can help BigLaw.

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Topics: Alma Asay, Gibson Dunn, Law Technology Today, Gwynne Monahan, BigLaw, Press, LegalTech, Interviews, Women in Tech, Female Founders

Allegory Introduces Automated Litigation Features at ABA TECHSHOW

Posted by Pavla Kopecna on Mar 16, 2016 4:00:00 PM

In the first decade of this century, e-discovery reached a tipping point, overwhelming the capacity of outside counsel and crushing the budgets of corporate legal departments. Accordingly, the multi-billion dollar e-discovery market was born to bring chaos into order. 

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Today, the same phenomenon is taking place in the traditional litigation process, as lawyers try to wind their way through depositions, summary judgment, hearings, and trial with a data dump of thousands – often, tens of thousands – of “highly relevant” documents. It is no longer sufficient to limit technology use to e-discovery tools designed solely for triage.

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Topics: Law Technology Today, Press, LegalTech, ABA, Insights

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