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Technology Survey 2017

Published July 2017

LACCA’s Technology Survey reveals the most popular software used by in-house legal departments in the US and Latin America.

Introduction

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LACCA’s third annual Technology Survey reveals that while most in-house teams use document management and standard workflow tools, budget constraints mean many remain reluctant to invest in the more complex and specialised software, such as e-discovery, digital forensics and IP management tools.

Analysis

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