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Four Ways to Win More Client Work

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A BTI study suggests law firms are leaving money on the table and unnecessarily. Although GCs say they want to give their existing firms more work, law firms are only getting a meager 23 percent of the pie, David Jacobs, senior client advisor for LexisNexis, reported these findings during a webinar focused on business development (BD). “There’s a disconnect between ... Read More »

4 Best Practices for Software-Powered Litigation Productions

4 Best Practices for Software-Powered Litigation Productions

Thanks to the rising importance of eDiscovery and accurate document production, litigation support professionals are more valuable than ever. At the same time, the pressure is constant and the stakes are high for those productions to be on time, responsive and compliant with judicial instructions. “Once a document collection review is completed, documents typically need to be produced to opposing ... Read More »

Corporate Internal Investigations: Establishing a smart investigation strategy

Corporate Internal Investigations: Establishing a smart investigation strategy

For in-house counsel and their outside law firms, corporate internal investigations typically were prompted by some sort of employee misconduct that needed to be assessed, documented and quickly resolved. Those instances are still an occasional thorn in the side of a GC, but in today’s global economy, the underlying causes of an internal investigation are far more diverse: allegations of ... Read More »

3 LexisNexis Legal Tech Webinars in May

3 LexisNexis Legal Tech Webinars in May

Summer is right around the corner, so before our schedules are crowded out by vacation plans and mid-year business meetings, this may be a good time to check out a few complimentary webinars created by our business and litigation software teams. If one of these programs conflicts with a previous commitment on your schedule, don’t worry. Most of our webinars ... Read More »

Law Firm Website Breaches: What to Do Next?

Law Firm Website Breaches: What to Do Next?

It’s been a rough couple months for law firms who have been victimized by website hackers. First, there was the report that a number of prestigious law firms in New York had their sites breached last fall by financial cybercriminals. Then came the stunning news that Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca had been hacked and more than 11 million confidential ... Read More »

Winning Even When We Lose

Winning Even When We Lose

“How you think when you lose determines how long it will be until you win.” ~ Gilbert K. Chesterton  Like most transactional endeavors, selling software solutions to the legal industry has its ups and downs. Sometimes, one of our products simply isn’t the best solution for meeting a prospect’s specific challenges. Other times, even though we do in fact offer ... Read More »

CaseMap Ends Search for “Needle in a Haystack”

CaseMap Ends Search for “Needle in a Haystack”

Kansas City law firm, Fox, Stretz & Quinn, P.C., has just five attorneys, yet bills out close to 400 workers’ compensation cases every month, leaving no time for wasted time. The new case study is available online and as a PDF. Little wonder, then, that the firm’s president and managing partner, Steve Quinn, wastes neither time nor words in advising the firm’s legal ... Read More »

Law Firms: Put Down the Shotgun and Embrace Strategic PR

Law Firms Put Down the Shotgun and Embrace Strategic PR

This week’s Friday Share is a contributed post by Susan Kostal who suggests how law firm business development can tap PR for maximum effectiveness. For many law firm public relations professionals, their job is 80% reactive and 20% proactive. The pros manage to get that ratio down to 50/50, but it’s tough. Either camp really needs to make that time ... Read More »

4 Filters to Run Before Generating eDiscovery Reports

4 Benefits of Data Filtering Before Generating eDiscovery Reports

In the early days of eDiscovery, many litigation teams gravitated toward a “collect everything” approach in order to minimize the risks of evidentiary compliance errors, some of which had led to well-documented judicial sanctions. However, we all quickly learned the flipside of this approach: huge volumes of data being sent out for processing and review, which triggered runaway costs to ... Read More »

Top 10 Business of Law Posts for Q1 2016

Top 10 Business of Law Posts for Q1 2016-small

In the first quarter of 2016 we published 69 blog posts. The chart nearby provides a breakout of the coverage we’ve developed here by category. The volume of coverage around litigation technology stems from our interest in the sector as LexisNexis consolidated litigation software into the legal software solutions division based in Raleigh. This consolidation happened a little more than ... Read More »