For Ark Group’s 13th annual Knowledge Management in the Legal Profession conference, we have decided to shake things up a bit… And the result is that this year’s conference will feature more use cases delivered by a mix of professionals who all have one thing in common: They have succeeded at Knowledge Management. Whether you have an existing KM program or you want to build one, you’ll hear concrete examples from successful KM operations: how to focus KM on problem solving, how to embed KM in practice groups, and how to use firm culture to your advantage. Attendees will also hear about successes in pivotal KM technologies such as intranets, enterprise search, document assembly and more. We’ll look at data analysis that answers the important question: What’s market at my firm? And integrated into all KM business objectives must be the client service perspective; we will get a first-hand account from a corporate legal KM department about their KM needs and the program they’ve developed. Tom Romer, of GT Denver, will be speaking on the second day at 2:45pm presenting a case study called "Greenberg Traurig's Deal Points Evaluator."