Worcester Webinar (Members Only) – Finding the Balance Between Technology and Real Estate
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4/25/2018
When: Wednesday, April 25, 2018
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Where: Mirick, O'Connell, DeMallie & Lougee, LLP
100 Front Street
Worcester, Massachusetts  01608-1477
United States
Contact: Caroline Santayana
978.364.5136


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Finding the Balance Between Technology and Real Estate

Technology continues to evolve the practice of law, but many firms do not consider how these advances also affect their portfolio and space planning requirements. In today’s competitive marketplace, law firms must consider how to reconcile the need to stay technologically nimble while planning for their real estate needs many years down the line. Join this webinar to learn how to bring together your firm’s technology and real estate needs.

Objectives:

  • Identify the steps to developing a technology and real estate plan for your firm.
  • Examine tactics used by law firms to integrate technology into their real estate strategy.
  • Breakdown the best resource allocation for your technology needs and how these costs affect your real estate.

Jim Britt is a Senior Director for HBR Consulting and has more than 25 years’ experience in technology consulting, business development, and law firm management. Prior to joining HBR, he was the Managing Director at eSentio Technologies. He’s also held senior positions at several major law firms. Britt is a regular speaker on a broad range of topics including business continuity, IT Infrastructure design and planning, security, risk management, and strategic technology planning.

Mitch Wickland is the Chief Information Officer, Occupier Services, at Cushman & Wakefield managing a team of technology experts in developing solutions, implementing and supporting client needs. For nearly 20 years, Wickland has focused on helping real estate organizations become better businesses by practically applying the right technologies.

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