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LexisNexis® and Bloomberg Law are external online distributors of ALM`s extensive collection of current and archived versions of legal news publications. LexisNexis® and Bloomberg Law clients may access and use ALM content, including content from the National Law Journal, The American Lawyer, Legaltech News, New York Law Journal and Corporate Counsel, as well as other sources of legal information. GC sits down with Xerox to discuss its growing regulatory mandate and innovative approach to document solutions. Help us make statutory salaries more transparent. Get exclusive access to anonymized legal salary data. The progress of various avocados is promising, Liu predicts. “In 1999, I was the only attorney general who was an Asian American,” he says. “Ten years later, we have ten times as many. What if we continued this trend? Well, the calculation doesn`t work that way, but it`s clear we`re making progress. If we see an improvement four or five times in the next ten years, that would be a phenomenal achievement. I would be very satisfied with that result. “Diversity is not just a goal at Xerox. This is not just a “good thing.” It`s all our DNA; It`s about who we are, about who we are,” said Don Liu, Xerox General Counsel. “We`ve been committed to diversity for much longer than other companies.
This is a key priority for the company. The metrics support Liu`s claim. Of the U.S. lawyers in Xerox`s legal department, 25 percent are minorities and 40 percent are women. “My goal here is not to ruin everything,” he jokes modestly. In Liu`s case, this is highly unlikely, as he is the only general counsel to have twice received MCCA`s coveted Employer of Choice Award (first as general counsel of IKON Office Solutions). DB Louie Pastor relinquished his GC designation to become General Counsel and Director of Corporate Development. In his newly expanded role, Pastor will continue to oversee Xerox`s legal team while leading the company`s nascent corporate development group. Xerox`s legal department is worth copying.
The company is ahead of the curve when it comes to diversity. Liu is skeptical about in-house mentoring programs. “We don`t have a formal legal mentorship program within the legal department. That`s not to say we don`t have mentors. Any good manager should be a mentor to his employees. Liu not only urges his staff to invest in everyone`s professional development, but also believes in the importance of helping various law students find their way, and he has mentored countless young lawyers and students. About Xerox Holdings CorporationFor more than 100 years, Xerox has been redefining the work experience. Leveraging our leadership in office and production printing technology, we have expanded into software and services to sustainably support today`s workforce.
From the office to the industrial environment, our differentiated business solutions and financial services are designed to improve clients` day-to-day work, no matter where that work is done. Today, Xerox scientists and engineers continue our legacy of innovation with disruptive technologies in digital transformation, augmented reality, robotic process automation, additive manufacturing, the Industrial Internet of Things and clean technology. Learn more about www.xerox.com and learn more about our commitment to diversity and inclusion. The trend of general counsel taking on more important roles and responsibilities continues with the recent promotion of Xerox Holdings Corp.`s internal chief, Louie Pastor. Xerox is an equal opportunity advocate and honors candidates for all positions regardless of race, colour, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, age, gender identity or expression, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, use of a guide dog or service animal, military/veteran status, citizenship status, basis of genetic information, or any other protected by law. Group. Learn more about www.xerox.com and discover our commitment to diversity and inclusion! Persons with disabilities who require reasonable accommodations to apply for or apply for employment with Xerox may request such accommodations by emailing XeroxStaffingAdminCenter@xerox.com. Be sure to include your name, the job you are interested in, and the housing you are looking for. Analytics isn`t just about throwing technology at a problem. Data is the obvious element when it comes to analytics, but any data scientist will tell you that the real strength of a data-driven analytics approach isn`t just in technology. Analytics starts with people, not algorithms, and only a human-centered approach to solving business problems will help us make an impact on our customers.
We think long-term. As the volume and complexity of data grows, we believe that analytics combined with exceptional technology and service delivery is the best way to solve our clients` big data challenges. That is the bet we are making. In 2006, Xerox Legal Business Services (XLS), the electronic disclosure division of Xerox (NYSE: XRX), was created to help businesses and their third-party law firms minimize the costs and risks associated with managing litigation, investigations and compliance issues at scale. In recent years, XLS has expanded its international reach and global customer base outside the United States. covers the UK and Asia and leads the UK region`s largest electronic disclosure project with a total of over 300 million documents. Since the November/December 2009 issue of Diversity & The Bar®, we have always listened to our customers. Every interaction with a customer is a learning opportunity for us – how we can improve, what works, and where our shortcomings lie. We take every conversation seriously, and our business strategy and roadmap reflect that. Given our history of innovation, we are naturally very creative when it comes to translating feedback into what we want to do next for our customers that delivers real value. For example, in early 2010, we were among the first to bring technology-based auditing to market, and that`s because we fully understood our clients` weaknesses, inefficiencies and costs in document review.