Dentons launches collaboration platform ThreadKM to streamline email and enhance project management, improving overall efficiency

Press release available here. Dentons, the world’s largest law firm, is working with ThreadKM in the Firm’s drive to fight email exhaustion and enhance efficiency and engagement with document and project management. Team chat technology—popularized by tools like Slack and Hipchat—is now coming to law firm…

One Year After Launch, ThreadKM Nominated for ILTA's Innovative Solution Provider of the Year

Atlanta, GA - After launching just last year, ThreadKM, the industry-leading collaboration and knowledge management platform, has already been nominated for the upcoming International Legal Technology Association's Distinguished Peer Awards. ThreadKM received the nomination to the Vendor Awards Shortlist for Innovative Solution Provider of the Year. This celebration of the…

The "Paper Problem"

This article was originally published in Law Technology Today, available here. The legal industry has a Microsoft Word problem. And it’s not simply that lawyers aren’t proficient at using the popular word-processing application. It’s that legal professionals often conflate “practicing law” with creating documents. While the rest…

Three Ways to See the Most Exciting, New Product at ILTACON 2015

If you are going to ILTACON this year, don't miss the most exciting new product at the show: ThreadKM - the matter-centric team chat and agile project management platform made for lawyers. Here's all the ways you can can catch ThreadKM: 1. Sign up for a Private Demo During this…

ThreadKM Launches Industry-First “Firm Chat” and Agile Project Management Solution for Lawyers

Press Release For most attorneys, the email inbox is a constant source of anxiety, often swelling to thousands of messages. With intuitive features and a slick user interface, ThreadKM promises to help lawyers focus on getting work done. Today ThreadKM launches its legal knowledge management platform, designed to dramatically slim…

"No, Thanks." We Don't Pay to Be a Thought Leader in the Legal Industry

I grew up reading Wired magazine cover-to-cover every month. I soaked up all the articles, learned about cool technologies, even snagged a free CueCat -- an ill-conceived venture aimed at getting readers to scan barcodes in magazine ads using a USB-powered reader shaped like a cat. But there was one…