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Onit Emerging Technology Session: A Better Way to Run Legal Operations: The Enterprise Legal Management Paradigm Shift is Now

For nearly two decades, enterprise legal management (ELM) has focused on transactional solutions, like matter management and spend management. More recently, there has been a distinct paradigm shift and evolutionary branching off from those older ELM systems and the limited application they saw. Today, the most effective ELM platforms facilitate engagement broadly across the company, tying legal to its internal clients and extended global team. 21st century platforms are focused on “process,” offer an environment where the user experience is crucial and can be augmented to manage other legal processes beyond matter and spend management. Today’s broader definition of ELM includes all of the following tasks —contract management, legal service requests, NDAs, and legal holds (to name a few). This session will highlight how innovative legal departments have acknowledged the evolutionary ELM paradigm shift and have implemented solutions to get ahead of the curve and to better and more broadly carry out the mission of the law department in a more complex world.

Moderator

Matt DenOuden, VP of Sales, Onit

Panelists

Alysia A. Morris
Assistant Vice President
Sr. Regulatory Doc & Vendor Mgmt Analyst
Allianz Global Investors U.S. Holdings LLC

David Cambria
Global Director of Operations – Law, Compliance and Government Relations
Archer Daniels Midland Company

Brian McGovern
SVP, Legal Chief Data Officer
AIG

Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA

Chicago, IL

Hyperion ELM Solution Accelerator Conference

Ritz Carlton Tyson’s Corner, Washington, DC

San Francisco, CA

Chicago, IL

Onit Session: 502 - Innovation in Law Department Operations: Enterprise Legal Management for the 21st Century
Track: Innovation in Legal Service Delivery

E-billing and legal spend management technology has been around for nearly 20 years yet legal departments still think  “innovation" means tracking matters electronically and managing legal spend. This decades old technology does not serve the evolving needs of today’s legal department.  

This session will highlight:

  • Benchmarks, metrics and analysis of current trends driving innovation and transformation in legal operations and performance management.
  • Why systems of record are not enough to drive operational improvements and why traditional enterprise legal management (ELM) systems fall short
  • The evolving role of legal and why process, workflow and collaboration are critical for legal departments to succeed.
  • The existing ELM vendor landscape and why e-billing and matter management technology only represent a fraction of a legal department’s needs.

Speakers

Cole Morgan
Director, Operations Implementation, Onit

David Cambria
Global Director of Operations – Law, Compliance and Government Relations,  Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM)

New York, NY

San Francisco, CA

Onit Session: Evaluating and Implementing eBilling and Matter Management Solutions

  • Evaluation points
  • eBilling best practices for validation rules, onboarding outside counsel and gaining law department support
  • Alternative billing arrangements; Obtaining buy-in from outside counsel
  • Protecting confidential information
  • Administering invoices and expenses

Discussion Leader - Chris Driver, Onit

Panelists

Christine Coats
Vice President, Legal Operations
Oracle

Mary O’Carroll
Head of Legal Operations
Google Inc.

Lisa Konie
Senior Director, Legal Operations
Adobe Systems Incorporated

Joe Surprenant
Director, Legal Operations
SunPower Corporation

San Francisco, CA

Session: Process Matters: ELM Redefined - Beyond Traditional Legal and Spend Management - Law Department Operations for the 21st Century

Speakers: David Cambria (ADM) & Eric M. Elfman (Onit)

Session Description:

Evolving legal departments like Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) are thinking beyond traditional Enterprise Legal Management Solutions (ELM) solutions that focus only on legal and spend management to influence how they can drive change enterprise wide with operational efficiency, reduced costs and most importantly process improvement. Corporate law departments need to be involved in business processes and continuously “optimize” those processes to improve the performance of the business as a whole.

David Cambria, Global Director of Operations – Law, Compliance and Government Relations, ADM will discuss how his legal departments has been able to provide “continuous” value to the company. Topics of discussion will include:

  • Why systems of record are not enough to drive operational improvements at ADM
  • Why e-billing and matter management technology only represent a “fraction” of the legal department’s needs
  • Why process, workflow and collaboration are critical for the success of his legal department
  • How a business automation tool solves all process needs beyond e-billing and legal spend management
  • Key benchmarks and metrics that drive innovation and transformation in legal operations and performance management