What Legal Teams Need to Know About Knowledge Management

May 24th, 2022

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT

Knowledge management is front and center for legal operations professionals. The rise in remote work and cloud-based collaboration apps created silos of information. Legal departments are addressing these silos and ensuring teams have the information they need to be successful with new tools and platforms.

Specific trends to be discussed include curating legal research repositories and searching for legal information across applications quickly. These trends have accelerated legal search requests, and firms are spending more creating duplicate legal searches and not leveraging research previously purchased.

In this webinar, we explore why legal teams must learn to leverage their resources to streamline in-house workflows, process numerous requests, and the importance of preserving legal documents.

Learn more about:

  • Trends and technology affecting knowledge retention
  • Identifying data, information, and knowledge
  • Building effective legal research repositories


Scott McVeigh Scott McVeigh
Industry Principal

Scott McVeigh is the Industry Principal at Onna. For over 24 years he has been providing information governance strategies and technology implementations, both as a consultant and in-house roles. His background includes significant project and programmatic work on records management, e-discovery and information privacy for large enterprises and government clients globally.

Onna integrates workplace knowledge platforms together, allowing anyone to unify, protect, search, automate and build on top of an organization’s proprietary knowledge. Onna uses machine learning to help companies discover smarter and can help power data-led automation on issues from compliance to HR.

Scott received his Bachelor of Arts from Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY. He and his foxhound mix dog Luna can be found walking the state parks of New Jersey.