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3 Ways Corporate Legal Operations Use Metrics

3 Ways Corporate Legal is Using Metrics

The recent conference that provided snapshots into the evolution of corporate legal operations maturity – also provided a glimpse into metrics and measurement. It’s important to note, as the CounselLink consulting team is quick to point out, legal departments metrics may vary based on the unique needs of a given company or industry. Sometimes legal departments fall into the habit ... Read More »

Infographic: Amazing Coincidences of 2 Lawyers on July 4th

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Twenty-six of the 44 Presidents in U.S. history also served as lawyers.  On the anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, it seems fitting to highlight two of them who also served as founding fathers:  John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. Sometimes friends and sometimes bitter political rivals, their lives have amazing coincidences:  the both passed the bar at 24; they were ... Read More »

The 5 Biggest eDiscovery Challenges at Government Agencies

The 5 Biggest eDiscovery Challenges at Government Agencies

Note: The following is a guest post from Daryn Teague, who provides support to the litigation software product line within the LexisNexis software division. One of this year’s more intriguing political stories was touched off by reports that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton maintained her email on a private server, using personal accounts, during her term in office. The Clinton email controversy ... Read More »

Raindance: 5 Takeaways on Client Teams from #LSSO

Raindance 5 Takeaways on Client Teams from LSSO

Driving better outcomes from law firm client team programs was a common theme at a recent industry conference.  And for good reason too: some 80% of law firms have such programs, but just 39% grade them as successful. The 12th Annual RainDance Conference, the signature event hosted by the Legal Sales and Service Organization (LSSO), proved to be a fruitful ... Read More »

Snapshots: Evolution in Corporate Legal Maturity

Snapshots Evolution in Corporate Legal Maturity

About a 100 corporate legal professionals participated in a panel discussion that centered on maturing legal operations at the annual 2015 annual LexisNexis CounselLink customer conference. In some ways, listening to the session was like being a fly on the wall as attendees and panelists discussed objectives and programs unique to respective industries, including financial services, communications and biotechnology. Here are three ... Read More »

8 LexisNexis Tech Webinars or Events for July

9 LexisNexis Tech Webinars or Events for July

There are a number of events coming up in the next thirty days, although one of them will occur on the last day of June rather than in July.  We’ve made it easy for the witness to spot which one in this line up:  its number #1 and coincidentally the subject of that event is a top priority for many law ... Read More »

Infographic:  Billable Hours Gained with Practice Management

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Eight extra hours a month is just one of the benefits law firms can achieve with practice management technology. That translates to 12 days a year or just about two weeks. How that time translates to a return on investment, depends on what an attorney does with it. If the time is used for billable work, Blue Hill Research estimates ... Read More »

4 Telltale Signs Your Small Law Firm Has Outgrown its Software

4 Telltale Signs Your Small Law Firm Has Outgrown its Software

“One poor guy,” a legal administrator was spending six hours a day, twice a week running compensation reports for partners.  That amounts to 12 hours a week, or nearly 50 hours per month, where a survey of small law firms suggests most firms spend eight hours a week on the entire billing process, let alone running a single report. When ... Read More »

6 Questions and Answers: Big Views on Big Law Tech

6 Questions and Answers Big Views on Big Law Tech

For the better part of a couple decades, Matt Thompson has worked with large law firms to implement sizable technology projects in support of smarter business development – and has a wealth of tech experience beyond it. Today his role centers on leading a Client Success Team Program and we managed to get a hold of him in-between client conference ... Read More »

Basics and Best Practices for Litigation Presentation Software

Basics and Best Practices for Litigation Presentation Software

From big data to the “Black Swan” event, there are several underlying factors driving change in eDiscovery.  This offers both a challenge and an opportunity. On one hand, 67% of law firms in the Am Law 200 reported an increase in workload around eDiscovery and litigation according to research conducted by consulting firm The Cowen Group.  On the other hand, ... Read More »