In a move to help law firms in the United States thrive in a remote business model, Pond Lehocky Giordano’s Chief Strategy Officer and CEO of LegalOps Shawn Lehocky appeared on the world-wide distributed legal podcast, Liticast.
Lehocky lent his voice and expertise on the Wednesday, August 12, live broadcast where they will discuss how law firms can replace worries of the pandemic with action and opportunity. The live unscripted broadcast will be streamed on Litify’s channels: LinkedIn, YouTube, and website.
Founded in late 2016, Litify is a cloud-base software system whose mission is to empower the legal community to deliver optimal outcomes for their clients with the leading practice management platform for law firms of every type. Liticast is Litify’s new livestream broadcast channel to stay connect, informed, and on the fore front of the ever-changing landscape of the legal industry. The livestreams feature other industry leaders, experts, and technology gurus to bring the same level of relevant knowledge, connection, and opportunity that our community of legal professionals have come to expect from Litify.
The new virtual live series is in place of their popular in-person events, Litiquest and LitiquestX, which over the years have provided the opportunity to closely partner with other leaders in the industry to share knowledge. Because of the strong community built by these events, it is important to continue to carry out this mission in a way that is accessible, even during the most difficult times. Pond also joined on the Litiquest tour last year with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., and John Morgan, Esq.
Lehocky has led the firm’s embrace of technology and analytics. He directed the firm’s migration to Litify—a cloud-based case management and business operations platform. He is the Chief Executive Officer of LegalOps, a joint venture between Pond Lehocky and Brio Solutions that develops applications to integrate Litify with other back-office solutions and systems. Mr. Lehocky has helped grow our firm’s referral network, which has referred over 86,000 cases—with more than 59,000 of those referrals coming in the last two years.