What’s the big deal? Well, it is not just a big deal, it is kind of a HUGE deal. During the past months, Amberlo has earned the ISO 27001 (Cloud Services Security) and ISO 27017 (Information Security Management) certifications.
As you all know the LEGALTECH@VILNIUS 2019 conference took place on the 27th of May in Vilnius. The conference guest of honor – attorney at law, startup consultant, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Chief Legal Officer of CompTIA, prof. Dan Liutikas – shared his insights on how to boost the legal tech sector in Lithuania.
We are proud & excited to be among the newest members of INSOL Europe! INSOL Europe with its 1200 members is the largest European organization of law professionals (bankruptcy administrators, lawyers, judges, credit insurers, bankers, accountants et. al.) who specialize in insolvency, business reconstruction, and recovery.
Wednesday 27, March, Amberlo has signed an exclusive cooperation agreement with JurisLive to extend its product line using Amberlo technology in order to ease the day-to-day routine of legal professionals all over the world. The partnership guarantees JurisLive exclusivity for sales on the French and the UK market.
Most of us are caught up in a hectic whirlwind of activities that start on Monday morning, end on Sunday night, and then begin all over again. Time slips by as we rush to complete urgent tasks that relate to juggling jobs, running appointments, and commitments. Yet, we all acknowledge, that spending quality time together is the best way we have to show each other that we care and that our families are important.
This year, once again we have traditionally participated in the annual General Meeting of Lawyers organized by the Lithuanian Bar Association at the “LITEXPO” exhibition center in Vilnius. This year Lithuanian Bar Association is celebrating 100 years anniversary and it is elections year, which attracted a great number of participants.
On the 25th of May 2018 new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules are enforced, defining how personal data must be stored, used, and processed. After GDPR takes effect, EU citizens will have the possibility to influence who and in which way can manage their personal data. These rules affect all organizations working with EU citizens’ personal data.