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How the legal industry is shaping the future of law

How DXC Technology and UnitedLex are transforming legal services delivery and the future of law.

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Forbes
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October 8, 2018

The Finalists for the First Annual American Lawyer Industry Awards

UnitedLex is honored to be the sole recipient of the First Annual American Lawyer Industry Award for Best Alternative Legal Services Provider recognizing excellence and progress in the legal profession.

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The American Lawyer
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September 25, 2018

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the hottest buzzword circulating most industries, and legal is no exception

UnitedLex’s Jeff Catanzaro was recently invited by The Times to give his expert view on whether IBM’s new computer programme that beats humans in debates signals the demise of court lawyers. If you have a subscription to The Times you can access the full article here.

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The Times
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July 20, 2018

Cybersecurity: NY’s Midsize Law Firms to Face Increased Scrutiny

New York’s midsize law firms are feeling the heat when it comes to cybersecurity.


Facing scrutiny from regulators, clients, adversaries and peers, midsize firms are taking action like never before. But experts say the sensitive data they store is still vulnerable to
hackers who seek to blackmail firms, investors who want to profit from insider trading and thieves who are out to steal escrow accounts.

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New York Law Journal
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March 12, 2018

The Digital Transformation of Enterprise Legal Services Delivery

The “digital transformation” of legal services involves the application of technology-enabled efficiencies, process optimization and appropriate resource mix to the delivery of legal services to maximize client value, both in terms of costs and business impact.

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Corporate Counsel
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February 6, 2018

Industry Disruptor Warns Law Firms: Don't Take Client Trust for Granted

Miriam Rozen of The American Lawyer, writes that “People who are preoccupied with legal industry innovation tend to pay attention to Daniel Reed—especially after Reed, the CEO of the fast-growing alternative legal services provider UnitedLex Corporation, inked what is regarded as the first major outsourcing deal with a corporate law department late last year.”

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The American Lawyer
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January 30, 2018

Skin in the Game - How to Reach Appropriate Fee Agreements

Tax law changes notwithstanding, corporate counsel waiting for a corporate blank check on spend may be holding their breath for some time.

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Corporate Counsel
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January 22, 2018

Welcome to Legal 2.0

Bill Deckelman turned to two trusted advisors, AdvanceLaw and UnitedLex, to transform the new DXC Technology law department into a new model of legal-service delivery.

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Modern Counsel
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December 18, 2017

Big Law Looks On as ‘New Law’ Gets Closer to Clients

Nearly 200 members of the in-house legal department at Fortune 200 technology services company DXC Technology Co., including some of its senior lawyers, are getting a paycheck from a new employer, UnitedLex Corp., in what is being billed as the first major outsourcing deal involving a law department.

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The American Lawyer
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December 7, 2017

Building the Law Department of the Future: A Q&A With GC Bill Deckelman of DXC Technology and CEO Dan Reed of UnitedLex

“There’s been nothing like this in the last 20, 30 years or anything before then that would approach [this] from a complexity and scale perspective, matching the needs of the business with the design and the capability of the law department,” said Reed of UnitedLex’s newly announced agreement with DXC Technology.

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Corporate Counsel
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December 6, 2017