Corporate Counsel Business Journal Launches Fifth Edition of the Buyers' Guide to In-House Tech

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Highlights Include Structured Data Analysis, Data Privacy Implications and Arbitration Insights for 2020

Corporate Counsel Business Journal, published by Law Business Media, today announced the publication of the “5th Annual Buyers’ Guide to In-House Tech,” an essential resource for corporate law departments. The Guide includes insightful articles from, and in-depth interviews with, leading legal, business and technology experts focused on collaborating with in-house counsel in their ongoing efforts to heighten efficiency, lower costs and otherwise drive operational effectiveness and meet regulatory challenges in areas such as privacy and data security.

Participants in the Guide include such well-known players as AAA, Brainspace, Exterro, FTI Consulting, iDS, LexisNexis CounselLink. OpenText and Wolters Kluwer ELM Solutions.

“Increased privacy compliance issues in the U.S. and abroad keep legal chiefs, corporate executives and board members up at night,” said Kristin Calve, publisher of Corporate Counsel Business Journal. “Along with that, legal departments need also think to the future with key staffing generational changes, saving dollars across borders with arbitration, and upcoming changes in e-discovery process management. That’s why the Guide is a key resource to our readers. It’s a fast-moving area, and they must keep up with the pace of change.”

Among the topics addressed by contributors to the Guide are:

  • Structured Data Analysis Revolutionizes e-discovery
  • The Role of Technology in Arbitration
  • Data Privacy Implications of Cloud-Based Social Collaboration Apps
  • Technology Road Map that Supports Lawyers of the Future
  • New Era of Governance, Risk and Compliance

To read the full version of the “5th Annual Buyers’ Guide to In-House Tech,” please download at:

About Law Business Media
Law Business Media is an integrated digital and print media platform, publishing Corporate Counsel Business Journal, and Corporate Counsel Business Journal (formerly Metropolitan Corporate Counsel) has been providing cutting-edge news and analysis to corporate law departments, executives and board members for 25 years. Law Business Media's suite of products are an indispensable resource for leading in-house counsel and executives.

About Corporate Counsel Business Journal
Corporate Counsel Business Journal was founded more than 25 years ago as Metropolitan Corporate Counsel by Al Driver, the esteemed longtime General Counsel of JC Penney. Al, with his wife Martha Driver, a senior finance executive with TIAA-CREF, developed, launched and operated MCC for 20 years following their retirements from their very successful corporate careers. Law Business Media acquired MCC in 2014 and rebranded as Corporate Counsel Business Journal in 2018.

About Kristin and Joe Calve
Kristin and Joe Calve are the co-founders of Law Business Media. Kristin, a serial entrepreneur with experience in startups, M&A, joint ventures and new product development, serves as publisher and editor of LBM’s flagship publication, Corporate Counsel Business Journal. A former publisher with ALM Media and business analyst with A&E Television Networks, she is the founder of Topstone Angels, a private investment group, and the former VP, Revenue, for LiftMetrix, a SaaS platform designed to enable brand marketers to maximize ROI across social media channels. (LiftMetrix was acquired by Hootsuite in 2017.) Kristin has an B.A. in English from Fordham University and an MBA in Finance & Marketing from Fordham Gabelli School of Business. Joe, a former practicing lawyer on Wall Street, has served as Chief Marketing & Business Development for four Am Law 50 law firms. Prior to that, he spent 15 years at ALM Media as an editor, publisher, director of business development and vice president. Joe, along with his J.D. from Western New England College School of Law, has a B.A. in English from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a Master’s Degree in Literature from New York University.

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