When the world shut down in March, law firms, vendors, clients, employees, and families faced incredible change and uncertainty in their daily life. In turbulent times, it is easy to turn inward, to focus solely on how to maintain status quo or fortify yourself against losses. For some businesses, it created a different opportunity, to make bold moves that would have been otherwise unavailable before, leading to major growth opportunities.
We face unprecedented times in legal: a remote workforce, clients with slashed budgets, an unlikely return to what was once normal, and changing dynamic in legal services with ALSPs and the Big 4. How do we make bold moves in the legal industry? Does this require major change or incremental improvements? In this session, Haley will lead a discussion about Litera's own moves and look to the trailblazers at key firms and leading companies to understand how they have implemented innovative ideas successfully.
As Global Director of Business Development and Strategy at Litera, Haley Altman is expanding customer development opportunities and helping to define and execute the strategic vision of the company. She uses her extensive experience as an entrepreneur and former lawyer to understand the technology, processes and workflows required to help lawyers, while maximizing client satisfaction. Prior to the company’s acquisition by Litera, Haley was founder and CEO of Doxly. She has over a decade of experience working on complicated transactions in the corporate, private equity, and venture capital verticals. Her practice has extended from the Midwest at Ice Miller to the West Coast at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati.