The Decline of Litigation?: Part 1

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about litigation. It’s been one of the two major locomotives driving revenue and profit for BigLaw for the past 50 years or so–the other being transactional or corporate work–and has customarily provided 25–60%... read more +

Take Me to Your Leader

"Leadership" is as elusive a concept as there is in business—not that that has prevented scores of writers spilling torrents of ink on it.  (The general form of the tautology in this management literature is:  It requires a great leader to... read more +

We’re Outsourcing IT, Now About Those Associates…

Law Technology News has published its first annual technology awards (for both products and people) and the IT Director of the Year trophy goes to Craig Courter of Baker & McKenzie. Among other things, Courter set up IT support and development centers in Manila... read more +

Las Vegas and “Non-Obvious” Pattern Recognition

Is your firm facing a gnarly IT issue?  Such as securing client extranets, authenticating (virtual and real) visitors to privileged document repositories or firm financial and competitive information? Chances are that ways of dealing with the challenge... read more +

The Envelope, Please…

The American Lawyer has published its "Corporate Scorecard 2003" ranking the top firms in a broad range of transactional categories from IPO’s (you guessed it—dead) to bankruptcy (also counter-intuitively quiet) to municipal bond issuance... read more +

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