Home » Large Law (page 30)

Large Law

How Law Firms Can Successfully Implement a CRM System

How Law Firms Can Successfully Implement a CRM System

Note: the following is a guest post from Deborah Dobson In today’s competitive legal market, it is more important than ever to build strong relationships in order to create opportunities.  There are more law firms competing for less work, more work being done in-house and procurement entering the game.  While legal tends to lag behind in technology adoption, it is ... Read More »

Legal Spend Trend: Big Law Winning More IP Litigation Work

CounselLink-ELM-Trends-Litigation-market-share-bolb

A new edition of the CounselLink Enterprise Legal Management Trends Report finds the largest of law firms – those with 750 or more attorneys – are winning market share in highly competitive IP litigation work.  An announcement published online notes: The largest firms are winning a growing share of market in IP litigation – from 36% in 2011 to 61% ... Read More »

Infographic Friday:  Best Employers in the U.S. Tech Sector

Best Employers in the US - small

Forbes recently published an infographic listing “The Best Employers in the U.S. Tech Sector” which lists the “top employers in IT, internet, software and services, as ranked by employees.” The publication teamed up with Statista, to ask some “20,000 American workers at large U.S. companies, nonprofit institutions, government agencies, and U.S. divisions of multinationals this question: how likely would they ... Read More »

6 Key Ingredients to a Law Firm Data Security Plan

6 Key Ingredients to a Law Firm Data Security Plan

Note: The following is a guest post from Daryn Teague, who provides support to the litigation software product line within the LexisNexis software division. In spite of all the (misguided) jokes and caricatures of lawyers in our society, the fact is that the practice of law in America has always been rooted in a strong sense of ethical conduct. From the required curriculum ... Read More »

Tech Savvy as a Source of Law Firm Innovation

Tech Savvy as a Source of Law Firm Innovation

More and more law firms are embracing technology as a means to improve client experience, according to BTI Consulting. A survey of corporate counsel conducted by the research firm found “9% more law firms using technology as a source of innovation in 2015.” The statistic is just one slice of data from a larger study – the BTI Brand Elite ... Read More »

A List of 15 People that Can Make or Break a Law Firm

The List of 15 People that Will Make or Break a Law Firm

He gave a room full of law firm marketing and business development professionals just 30 seconds to write down the names of five clients that their law firm does not have right now, but would like to have at the end of the year. It proved to be a challenge – few could complete the task in the allotted time. ... Read More »

Legal Tech Endurance: LexisNexis Returns to Ironman Raleigh

Legal Tech Endurance Return of the LexisNexis Ironman Raleigh 70

Last year LexisNexis took a giant step.  The company signed on as the title sponsor for the LexisNexis IRONMAN® 70.3® Raleigh triathlon. More than a dozen employees from our offices on the NC State Centennial Campus competed in the event – and about 50 more volunteered to work as event staff.  We’ve signed on this year as title sponsor too ... Read More »

3 Ways the Cloud is Changing eDiscovery

3 Ways the Cloud is Changing eDiscovery

A recent InsideCounsel webinar titled Cloud E-Discovery: Solving the Right Problems with a Modern Approach  raised some though-provoking ideas about the cloud and it’ effect on eDiscovery. The session, which counted a well-balanced panel representing corporate legal operations, legal technologists and cloud vendors, presented both challenges and opportunities for eDiscovery in the cloud. The presentation – which included an interesting ... Read More »

Law Day Infographic:  Brief History of the Magna Carta

Law Day Infographic Brief History of the Magna Carta-header

Among all the people who have served as U.S. President, the majority had roots in the profession of law before rising to this nation’s top office.  President Eisenhower, who led the allied effort in Europe during World War II, is among the fewer that did not. Even so it was this former general who first established Law Day.  According to ... Read More »

7 Winning BD Techniques Law Firms can Adopt from other Models

7 Winning BD Techniques Law Firms can Adopt from other Models

As one might expect at a marketing conference for legal professionals, there were plenty of sessions, side bar conversations and content centered on business development (BD). One session featured a panel of business development professionals representing law firms, consultants and noted speakers with a twist. The session sought to take a few pages from the business development playbooks at other ... Read More »