Law Technology News
September 2001
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THE days of free spending, even on legal technology, have slowed down. Once again, pragmatism has become the first order of business throughout the legal industry.

But shrewd firms know that even as they maintain a tight rein on budgets, they must continue their technology growth in order to remain competitive in the current, and future, legal market.

With this is mind, this month's LegalTech New York event has a most relevant theme: "Back To Basics -- and Beyond." Held at the New York Hilton and Towers, on Sept. 24-25, it's two intensive days that will help you inventory the tech tools you have, need, or want. The seminars, as well as the hands-on product demonstrations on the exhibit floor, will help you evaluate products and services, and refine your choices.

LegalTech New York will help you tackle the management concerns of any technology project: budgeting, efficiencies and effectiveness. It's a great opportunity to step back from your daily routine, and review your investments, and strategize for future expenditures.

And be sure not to miss our keynote speaker, John Patrick, IBM's vice president of Internet technology, who will share his vision of the Web's future.

Best wishes,

Kevin Vermeulen

Kevin Vermeulen

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