London Launch Event for “Tomorrowland:” Can you come?

You are warmly invited to attend the City of London launch event for our third and latest book, the just-published Tomorrowland: Scenarios for law firms beyond the horizon. Thursday 27 April 8:30 am In the heart of the City of London (venue to be finalized) We hope...

AI in Law: Never? Some day? Now?

Well, it was comfortable while it lasted. I’m referring to the widespread attitude towards artificial intelligence in law, to the effect that we don’t have to do anything about it yet because the technology has yet to prove itself. Some day, maybe, and...

Imagine if Pres. Trump Tweeted You Out on This

Q: What could put your firm at severe peril of failure that has nothing to do with clients, markets, bank debt, partner flight, infighting at the top, or any of the other usual suspects? A: A cybersecurity breach of your systems exposing confidential client info. Yes,...

The Robots Are/Are Not Coming

IBM Watson. Google’s driverless cars. Uncanny recommendations from Amazon, Siri, and Google Now. Not to mention the Financial Times/McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award for 2015 going to Martin Ford’s Rise of the Robots: Technology and the threat of a...

Letter from London: Part II

This is the second in a two-part series recapping some of our thoughts, analyses, and impressions gleaned during our time in London late last month.  The first installment, where we discussed Business Models and Compensation, is here. Today’s topics are...

What’s Your Cyber-Security Posture? (2)

Herewith the second installment of Doug Caddell’s essay on cyber-security. We closed part one of this article by stating that improving your cyber security posture was about managing risk, and that risk will be dependent upon your firm and how you measure the...
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