Marcin Maruta

Lecture 2019:

 

 

Digital transformation and legal services – what will clients require from lawyers in the world of artificial intelligence, unified cloud agreements and continuous product development?

 

Change, disruptive, cloud computing, RPA, blockchain – the key words of the technology are also increasingly appearing in the lawyers’ dictionary. We are facing one of the most serious professional challenges. We are awaiting a brutal verification of how effective we are in our work, what is its real value and how quickly we can react. This is just the beginning of the revolution, but its first effects are already visible. For now, mainly on other continent, but also on the European continent – we cant not avoid collision with new business model and robotics / artificial intelligence.

 

On the other hand, such fast changes are a big chance for our profession. New services that define the modern world of technology need specialized support. Demand for lawyers, which are familiar with technology will grow, just as it is growing on IT experts. A large part of these services is international. More and more often we break away from local law, touching the specific legal order of a corporation, setting uniform rules throughout the world. For lawyers who understand the new rules, very interesting markets are opening up. As in poker – the stakes increase, but playing at the next tables is more and more difficult. How to start adapting to this world, how to adapt best practices from IT projects, where to look for opportunities for development and earnings? On the fascinating world of legal services in the second decade of the 21st century …

 


 

An expert in the field of new technologies and intellectual property law, head of the IT Contracts Department at the Law Firm. Has over 20 years of experience in advising suppliers and clients of the ICT sector. He supervised the largest technology contracts in Poland with a total value of over PLN 10 billion. Recommended in Chambers Europe, member of ITechlaw, PIIT arbitrator.

Lecturer in technology law at state and private universities (University of Warsaw, Warsaw School of Economics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kozminski University).

 

The best lawyer in the field of Technologies according to the ranking of Rzeczpospolita 2018 and Technologies, Media, Telecommunications acc. Rzeczpospolita’s ranking in 2016 and 2017.

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08.03.2019

Digital transformation and legal services - what will clients require from lawyers in the world of artificial intelligence, unified cloud agreements and continuous product development?

Marcin Maruta

Lecture 2019:

 

 

Digital transformation and legal services – what will clients require from lawyers in the world of artificial intelligence, unified cloud agreements and continuous product development?

 

Change, disruptive, cloud computing, RPA, blockchain – the key words of the technology are also increasingly appearing in the lawyers’ dictionary. We are facing one of the most serious professional challenges. We are awaiting a brutal verification of how effective we are in our work, what is its real value and how quickly we can react. This is just the beginning of the revolution, but its first effects are already visible. For now, mainly on other continent, but also on the European continent – we cant not avoid collision with new business model and robotics / artificial intelligence.

 

On the other hand, such fast changes are a big chance for our profession. New services that define the modern world of technology need specialized support. Demand for lawyers, which are familiar with technology will grow, just as it is growing on IT experts. A large part of these services is international. More and more often we break away from local law, touching the specific legal order of a corporation, setting uniform rules throughout the world. For lawyers who understand the new rules, very interesting markets are opening up. As in poker – the stakes increase, but playing at the next tables is more and more difficult. How to start adapting to this world, how to adapt best practices from IT projects, where to look for opportunities for development and earnings? On the fascinating world of legal services in the second decade of the 21st century …

 


 

An expert in the field of new technologies and intellectual property law, head of the IT Contracts Department at the Law Firm. Has over 20 years of experience in advising suppliers and clients of the ICT sector. He supervised the largest technology contracts in Poland with a total value of over PLN 10 billion. Recommended in Chambers Europe, member of ITechlaw, PIIT arbitrator.

Lecturer in technology law at state and private universities (University of Warsaw, Warsaw School of Economics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kozminski University).

 

The best lawyer in the field of Technologies according to the ranking of Rzeczpospolita 2018 and Technologies, Media, Telecommunications acc. Rzeczpospolita’s ranking in 2016 and 2017.