Innovation Partner Josias Dewey was quoted in a Law.com
article discussing the challenges faced by firms in finding technology solutions that can span multiple practices. He explains that initially, technology providers didn't directly target law firms, so tools were more generalized and could be used across practices. Now, however, providers actively seek input from attorneys, so products tend to be tailored to specific practices and are not necessarily applicable to or practical for other areas.
"Are we building a toolbox of things that we’re going to be able to redeploy in a slightly different context?" Mr. Dewey said of the main question to consider when investing in technology solutions.
: Just One Practice Doesn't Make Perfect for Law Firm Tech