Rimon CEO, Michael Moradzadeh, featured in the ABA Journal article, Will the COVID Pandemic Fundamentally Remake the Legal Industry?
News Michael Moradzadeh · July 29, 2020
In the ABA Journal cover story, “Will the COVID-19 pandemic fundamentally remake the legal industry?”, Rimon’s CEO Michael Moradzadeh shares his thoughts on law firms moving operations to the cloud.
“It’s reckless in some ways” for a law firm not to be cloud-based in a climate where remote working is essential. He and others expect more firms will move to the cloud in the months to come. “I think this painful experience will push a lot of people to ask, ‘Why aren’t we in the cloud?’” says Moradzadeh, who is based in Silicon Valley. “The argument that it is not secure is just outdated at this point.”
Read the full ABA Journal article here.
Michael Moradzadeh is a founding partner and CEO of Rimon, and represents technology companies in corporate and securities transactions. He has presented on innovations in law firm management and business models at Harvard Law School, Stanford Law School, UC Berkeley Law School and UC Hastings College of the Law. His innovations with Rimon have received awards from the Financial Times and the American Bar Association Journal and have appeared in a variety of international publications, including The Economist, The American Lawyer magazine and the National Law Journal.