Our reality today has been propelled into a realm of possibilities, solutions and innovations we could never have imagined if it weren’t for artificial intelligence. AI helps us immensely improve our productivity and quality of work. While the emergence and innovations accompanied with AI opens many doors leading us forward, it is necessary to emphasize the […]
Imagine having the minds of over two-hundred robust lawyers and technical engineers working together in a high-intensity, fast-pace office, around-the-clock, juggling dozens of extremely sensitive projects, corresponding with clients and outside counsels from all over the globe. Now imagine being in charge of managing all of them.
From Cobra’s inception in 2007, its commitment and careful attention to building the best team has been the foundation of the company’s success and standing within the legal industry. Twelve years later, in a highly competitive alternative legal services provider market, Cobra’s team continues to deliver and delight its clients.
When crafting this post, I was considering a number of different topics that are relevant to legal operations professionals. From eDiscovery to contract management to aligning value for allocation of resources, I thought about all the current projects we’re working on with our clients and how I could tie that all together.
The news is full of predictions for change in the business of legal services. Disruptive technologies, new entrants to the market, demand for legal process improvement, and ensuring that data integrity and security are solid are all important issues but detract from the main driver. The lack of perceived value derived for the consumers of […]
Today we’re talking with Doug Kaminski, EVP of Cobra Legal Solutions and a veteran of legal industry conferences spanning over two decades, about the recent Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC) Annual Conference in Las Vegas. What did you think about the educational sessions at CLOC2019? Having been to almost every legal conference out there, I […]
This week I participated in a simulated cybersecurity incident exercise—a tabletop War Game—with Austin’s chapter of the Information Systems Security Association. Participants in the War Game each represented parts of a business responding to a cyber incident, including the C-suite, Legal, Engineering, Public Relations, and Customer Service (I played the General Counsel). We were given […]
Work smarter, not harder. Many of us aspire to this seeming utopia where machines do the most painfully boring parts of our job, while we do only what brings the most glory, accolades, and excitement. Working smarter is a personal passion of mine because, while I love my work, I also want to maximize time […]