PEOPLE, NOT MACHINES, ARE THE COMMON SOURCE OF TECHNOLOGY-RELATED INEFFICIENCIES

Feb 15, 2013

Recently, Kia Motors test of their corporate counsel’s tech skills was written up D. Casey Flaherty, corporate counsel for Kia, in Law Technology News.  In case you missed the articles, the two links below will direct you to parts 1 and 2.  The articles outline how Kia set out to audit their outside counsel’s (as well as some firms who were pitching for their business) competence with technology.  The goal was not to embarrass the lawyers but in fact to test their hypothesis that lawyers, as a group, are deficient in their use of technology and therefore are costing firms outrageous sums.

The results are quite surprising, telling and thought provoking and worth a read.  Enjoy.

https://www.korbitec.ca/

Kia Motors Tests Outside Counsel Tech Skills, Part l

Kia Motors Tests Outside Counsel Tech Skills, Part II

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