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Three titles in the FirstPoint classification scheme have recently been updated. As a result, customers will now have access to new classification schemes reflective of current legal terminology and developments in legislation and case law, and the latest in case digests specifically written for the respective subject areas involved. The reissued titles are: Money Enhancements to ...more
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Big data may be viewed as the term du jour and without any substance by many lawyers. However, the concept should not be dismissed completely because big data has the potential to significantly reshape the business of law. Consider that 90% of the world’s data has been generated since 2013, and that a number of estimates suggest that data globally is growing at a rate of 50% each year. With the depth and breadth of big data available now to law firms, practices that are able to best take advantage of big data, may be the ones that are best placed to be successful in a data driven future.