An in-depth guide on successful contract migration and CLM implementation

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Legal firms are struggling to find answers to these challenges when implementing a contract management system: Understanding the return on investment (ROI). Access : The client shares access to their CLM platform and the contract repository. A wide range of services.

4 important steps for successful legacy contact migrations

Cenza

Legal firms are struggling to find answers to these challenges when implementing a contract management system: Understanding the return on investment (ROI). Access : The client shares access to their CLM platform and the contract repository. A wide range of services.

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Supreme Court leaves open possible further discovery of racial discrimination in State Bar disciplinary practices

At the Lectern

In a long-running case by a lawyer alleging the State Bar’s discipline system “has an unconstitutional blind spot for the plight of Black Male Attorneys,” the Supreme Court yesterday denied a petition for review seeking further discovery but said its order was “without prejudice to additional discovery based on more particularized discovery requests.” ” Harper’s petition for review and reply are here and here.

Supreme Court orders inquiry into whether State Bar’s disciplinary practices are racially discriminatory

At the Lectern

The order comes in Harper on Discipline , in which the attorney in pro per argued to the court (petition here ; reply here ; State Bar answer here ) that the discipline system “has an unconstitutional blind spot for the plight of Black Male Attorneys.” Last August, the court remanded to the Bar’s review department “for consideration of Harper’s unaddressed claim that his discipline is based on a theory of disparate impact.”

Suing Social Media Sites Won’t Curb Sex Trafficking: Advocates

The Crime Report

For instance, although Facebook provided some of the information used in Woney’s prosecution, the social media platform is currently being sued by a different victim for allegedly facilitating sex trafficking in an unrelated case.

LAPD Shootings of Unstable People Holding Sharp Objects on the Rise

The Crime Report

LAPD data reviewed by The Los Angeles Times show suspects were allegedly armed with “edged weapons” in about 18 percent of police shootings between 2015 and 2019, and with “impact devices” like bats in 4 percent.