This year's Law Department Benchmarking Survey suggests that bad times might be history
A new survey by Association of Corporate Counsel and Empsight International indicates that general counsel salaries are increasing at a fairly predictable rate, while many law departments are cutting
There are some proven methods for increasing efficiency and decreasing costs that can make general counsel and their staff more productive while adhering to spending constraints
It's been a long, difficult few years for U.S. corporate legal departments. In the wake of the financial crisis and the Great Recession, many general counsel had to make painful cuts to their ranks a
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...the era of big data, he adds. "Lean itself is a metrics-driven, data-driven approach to improvement," Grady notes. His...
...lawyers must master operational and administrative tasks, such as providing cycle times, metrics for outcome, and a means for measuring service level. "The GC...
With law departments looking to increase efficiency (and save some cash), legal process outsourcing has become an appealing way to streamline commoditized legal work
During "Value—The Key Differentiator," a panel discussion presented by the Legal Marketing Association's Metropolitan New York Chapter, prominent in-house lawyers spoke candidly about outside c
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