Re: My previous post regarding the Panama Papers and my offer to write a case study on the eDiscovery technology being used to analyze the content:
It’s Nuix, and there’s already a press release out. The vendor is to be commended in the strongest possible terms for being willing to do the right thing regardless of the impact it might have on wealthy and connected individuals and corporations — some of whom could be potential users of Nuix’s tools. The vendor, in fact, donated its system to the reporters led by Süddeutsche Zeitung for this vital project.
I am officially an admirer.
I’ll be browsing the exhibits at the ALM LegalTech conference in New York next week, if you care to meet up.
I’ve been around the Legal Technology market for quite a while, taking on writing projects for the attorney, corporate counsel and legal technologist audiences.
I’ve done numerous legal-focused projects including:
- Media relations counsel for Litéra, a vendor of document change management software chiefly to law firms;
- Case studies and white papers for the Information Governance Initiative, a consortium of tool vendors in the Records Management, eDiscovery and related areas – I’ve written white papers for Active Navigation, Equivio and Nuix;
- A customer story for Anaqua, a patent law case management tool vendor;
- Contributions to the corporate blog for Bridgeway Software, a matter management vendor;
- Contributions to the blog of Robert Half Legal, a leading recruiting firm for law firms and corporate law departments.
Before launching Peter Dorfman Creative Services, I was Principal Knowledge Manager, globally, for the Office of the General Counsel at Hewlett Packard for three years. I managed the Legal intranet for a department of 1,200 operating in 77 countries, and led communications and collaboration projects for the Litigation, Intellectual Property and IP Licensing, Mergers and Acquisitions, Ethics/Compliance/Privacy, Contracts and Commercial Law, Antitrust and Competition Law and other disciplines. I had a key role in the department’s Legal Process Outsourcing effort as well.
If you want to get together in New York, or if you just want to talk about how I might be able to help your content marketing program succeed, contact me directly.