As the leading global provider of enterprise legal management software and services, Datacert knows what it takes to successfully deploy and maximize the value of legal technology in a corporate legal department. In this podcast series, Datacert tech experts in areas such as legal business intelligence, cloud-based services, usability, matter management, and training and knowledge transfer, share best practices and provide listeners with actionable, practical advice to take their legal technology to the next level.
Leading-Edge Litigation Management Decision Support Technologies for Claims
This podcast looks at decision support technologies that can help claims organizations more effectively manage their litigation, specifically focusing on predictive modeling and decision tree analysis templates.
Learn what the "critical 20%" is and how technology can help identify these claims.
Find out how to get key insights into ongoing litigation strategy to get the most accurate assessment of fair settlement value.
Hear how claims organizations can better assess which are the "right claims to settle, at the right time."
FCPA Compliance — A Case for Integrated Technology Solutions
This podcast focuses on how technology can help companies strengthen their FCPA compliance programs and make them more effective and defensible. Learn the importance of a technology solution that is configurable to address a company's specific business needs that include: regulatory intelligence, policy management, monitoring and ongoing auditing of controls, and investigation of incidents and allegations.
Third-Party Risk Spotlight: Anti-Corruption
This podcast focuses on managing the risks associated with third party relationships, in particular risks related to potential violations of anti-corruption laws — the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and the UK Bribery Act, and looks at what might be learned from recent publicly-announced allegations against UK pharmaceutical company, GlaxoSmithKline PLC. Learn best practices for mitigating third-party risk, informed by latest Department of Justice guidance, and explore tools to help implement those practices.
Building an Effective Policy Management Program: Getting Started
This podcast takes a closer look at why a policy on policies, or meta-policy, is the foundation for any effective policy management program and what a strong meta-policy should cover. Learn about the important role that technology can play in enforcing a meta-policy, helping ensure that a policy management program is both effective and sustainable. The podcast features Lisa Hill, former Senior Business Leader and Corporate Policy Manager at Visa and current Policy Pundit for GRC 20/20 Research / President of Policyscape Consulting and Daniel de Juan, Director of Product Management GRC at Datacert. Together, they discuss best practices and technology for successful policy management.
Decision Tree Tools for Litigators
Litigation is costly, unpredictable, and inefficient. This podcast discusses the application of decision tree analysis to help make sense of the uncertainties and challenges associated with litigated cases and claims. Hear our subject matter experts discuss how to:
Maximize the efficiency of the dispute management process and the involvement of outside counsel
Better quantify, predict, and control litigation exposures and costs
More effectively communicate case risk and strategy to senior management
Building a Foundation for a Comprehensive GRC Program
Building a comprehensive GRC program that can deliver the full potential benefits is dependent on effective processes for:
Tracking relevant regulations and implementing and enforcing related policies and controls
Assessing and managing operational risk
Internal auditing and testing of controls
Dealing with incidents and losses
In this podcast, learn more about achieving such a program and how the right technology enables the bridge-building, tracking, monitoring, standardizing, documenting, communicating, and reporting needed for a GRC program that is proactive, sustainable, and defensible — without requiring a huge staff to support it.