Chuck Rouse participated in a roundtable discussion in Kansas City, Missouri on April 20 addressing what Missouri’s new “technology competence” requirement means for traditional law practices.
Legal technology is the fastest-growing segment of the legal industry and the number of legal technology startups has more than tripled in the past two years worldwide. At the roundtable, Rouse addressed the advent of technology-supported services and solutions to the regulatory compliance challenges encountered in administering card programs in the payments and prepaid card industry.
The April 20 event was hosted by the Kansas City Tech Council. Rouse was joined in the presentation by representatives from other Kansas City-based legal tech companies, including Xakia Technologies and Vector Legal Method. Event attendees learned how lawyer-innovators are automating the delivery of legal services in transitions, litigation, and law department management, and how legal technology adheres with ethical requirements of confidentiality and competence.