Category: GLE On the Road

Global Legal Ebilling speaking engagements “on the road”

It’s LegalTech Time Again

It’s time again for Legal Tech, this year January 31st through February 2nd at the New York Hilton.  GLE will again be at the show, with Jane A. Bennitt scheduled to host the LEDES Oversight Committee annual member’s meeting that Tuesday morning at 9:00.

The show either is being rebranded or is affiliating with the name LegalWeek, which will be difficult for most of us veterans who have attended since the beginning of the conference to commit to memory.

See you at the conference!

GLE Founder to Speak at ILTACon 2016

Global Legal Ebilling founder Jane A. Bennitt will be at the ILTA Educational Conference at the end of August and will chair two session on Thursday September 1st:  the LEDES Oversight Committee Members Meeting, which will be held from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m., and Why UTBMS Codes Aren’t a Waste of Time:  A Panel Discussion, which will be held from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.  We look forward to seeing you at ILTACon!

See You At Legal Tech!

GLE founder Jane Bennitt will attend Legal Tech in February.

On Tuesday 3 Feb Jane will speak at an ILTA-track session with current LEDES Oversight Committee President Cathi Collins.  The session will be an open forum where the audience is encouraged to speak about what is right or wrong with ebilling today.  Our intent is to frankly discuss ebilling, see if there are projects that should be undertaken by the LOC, and to set priorities.  The session will be held at 12:30 in the Mercury Ballroom.

The LOC annual members meeting is on Wednesday 4 Feb and is open to the general public, not just LOC members.

Other than these commitments, we are setting up meetings during the show.  As a rule, Legal Tech meetings are free, so take advantage of this opportunity to talk with GLE about your issues, concerns and needs.  See you there!

See You at Legal Tech!

I have been to Legal Tech pretty much every year since it was first held and the main topic of discussion for at least the past decade has been eDiscovery.   This year I will be looking for feedback on usage of the UTBMS eDiscovery Task Codes released last year and to monitor the spread of legal ebilling to the eDiscovery community.

There is still some work to do fully align UTBMS coding and legal ebilling to the EDRM Metrics Cube.   The revised UTBMS Activity and Expense Codes are in the final stages of ratification, and the LOC needs to kick-off a project to update the timekeeper positions used in the LEDES© ebilling formats.  But neither of these prevents clients from using the eDiscovery Task Codes now to finally gain insight into their eDiscovery spend.