A quiet year in the courts as the profession appears to accept that EDD is here to stay
There are no shades of gray when it comes to the commoditization of legal work. Corporate law departments are distinguishing between 'commodity' work and work that requires a different level of lawye
There's more to TAR than litigation. Proactive use of technology-assisted review could help Pharma and other industries manage risk
Chief compliance officers are more than ready to emerge from under the shadow of the general counsel, a result that boards, regulators, investors, and other stakeholders are increasingly demanding
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
With demand for corporate work slack through most of the year and clients continuing to apply rate pressure, 12 elite Am Law 100 firms with a handful of exceptions made only slight gain
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
In Tech Circuit, LegalTech New York (Part I), we lamented about how difficult it was to pick among the many options at the legal technology show, be it seminars, keynotes, parties, plenary sessions,
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