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D. Casey Flaherty, corporate counsel at Kia Motors America, really does have good intentions as he humiliates Big Law firms about their dismal technology skills but he is careful not to embarr
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...site compliance training or ethics communications (e.g., posters) does not work well for us. More online, interactive ethics content is essential. Like...
...depend upon the lawyer's knowledge and familiarity with the case, as well as the experience of the litigation support team or provider. Many debates...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
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Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
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