IP Law Firm Birch, Stewart, Kolasch & Birch Modernizes With 3E Cloud
As part of its effort to modernize and future proof its foundational technology platforms, leading U.S. law firm Birch, Stewart, Kolasch & Birch LLP (BSKB) will be transitioning from Enterprise to 3E® Cloud from Thomson Reuters. The firm also will be adopting 3E Workspace and 3E Data Insights as part of its fast-track, turnkey migration.
Founded in 1976 and based in Falls Church, Virginia, BSKB is an internationally recognized and highly respected intellectual property (IP) law firm that provides a full range of IP law services. These include patent prosecution, post-grant proceedings, litigation, opinions and counseling, design patents, trademarks, and licensing. Its team of legal professionals and agents bring to bear advanced degrees and deep industry experience in the fields of chemistry, electronics and IT, mechanical engineering, and life sciences/biotechnology.
The firm selected 3E Cloud after an extensive competitive review, choosing the legal industry’s leading cloud-based practice management solution as the best fit for its long-term needs and ambitions. In particular, the firm valued the modern approach and user-friendly interface offered by 3E Cloud, as well as its advanced templates and array of built-in tools and analytics capabilities.
In addition, the firm will benefit from a fully managed service provided by Thomson Reuters, powered by the Microsoft® Azure® platform and offering cloud confidence with nearly unlimited scale, 24/7 monitoring, and advanced security that is unmatched in the industry.
“Thomson Reuters is clearly one of the industry’s most formidable suppliers of legal software and was the right choice for our firm as we look to the future,” said Ronald DeWitt, Jr., executive director of BSKB. “They were very attentive to our needs, despite our relatively small size compared to many of the larger industry players. The 3E Cloud offering fit our needs perfectly and will provide a powerful platform for our future growth.”