As corporate data volumes continue to grow, a primary problem facing general counsel is how to rein in skyrocketing e-discovery costs, regain control of the process and establish cost predictability
...to keep in their pocket as they evaluate their next outside counsel RFP: 1. Ask about the firm's technology platform...
The ABA's Presidential Task Force on Gender Equity says law firm clients can use their leverage to encourage firms to make gender policies and practices fairer
In June we recognized the lawyers at four companies as Corporate Counsel's Best Legal Departments. We also found much to admire in other nominees. This is the second installment of snapshots of this
...firm from a government contract. Whenever you have an RFP, you have to stick to the rules, he says. By simply...
Preparing for the next Pan Am Games is keeping Canadian lawyers busy
A Q&A with Eric Tilley, vice president of the Toronto-based Infrastructure Ontario, which uses public-private partnerships to finance infrastructure within the province
The Daily Report
When David Cohen went in-house at Nokia in 2007 to oversee litigation, he was also tasked with taming the chaotic tangle of the company's outside legal representation. The cellphone maker used some 9
At an event presented by Corporate Counsel, in-house counsel from Vringo and Target outlined the benefits of forging more detailed relationships with legal service providers
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