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  • December 1, 2021
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FTI Consulting expands its legal operations offerings

FTI Consulting, Inc. announced that its Technology arm has expanded its suite of Corporate Legal Operations Services designed to support and advise in-house legal teams as they work toward legal technology modernization, department transformation, and operational efficiency.

With an emphasis on optimizing investments across people, process and technology, FTI Technology’s legal operations capabilities help organizations establish greater flexibility, mitigate risks, and improve solution implementation and adoption. 

“We now know, from industry surveys and countless conversations with corporate clients, that the role of in-house counsel has expanded dramatically in the last two years,” said Jake Frazier, a senior managing director and global head of the information governance, privacy & security practice within FTI Technology. “With that shift, law departments are now leaning on legal operations initiatives to prioritize greater operational efficiency, internal control and transparency. Our legal operations capabilities address these key objectives and are built upon the collective expertise of our e-discovery, investigations, compliance and information governance teams to help clients evaluate their technology needs and deploy new processes and tools that are impactful and best suited to deliver a clear return.”

In support of legal operations and law department digital transformation, FTI Technology partners with in-house legal teams to develop a comprehensive assessment of the legal function, technology in place or under consideration and future objectives.

Experts provide a mix of services and technology across key areas including:

  • Strategy and operating models for financial management, strategic planning, cross-functional alignment, road mapping and technology modernization advisory. This includes the design and roll-out of legal spend analysis, e-billing, dashboards, matter management and vendor management programs.
  • Process improvement for litigation and investigations, information governance and records management, through data policy development and implementation, e-discovery support and investigation workflow consulting.
  • Digital and departmental transformation support, from technology selection and implementation to integration, calibration and change management, so tools are aligned with workflows and in-house resources to ensure adoption and process improvement.
  • Data strategy, reporting and analytics that enables informed decision making across load balancing, hiring, outsourcing and governance.

For more information about this news, visit www.fticonsulting.com.

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