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9 Must Read Reactions to the ELM Trends Report

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What set the first-ever Enterprise Legal Management Trends Report apart wasn’t just the conclusions, but the data set that produced those conclusions. This study was not a survey but rather an analysis of invoices paid. In other words, we didn’t ask corporate counsel what they were doing, or even what they planned to do but rather, we looked at what they did. ... Read More »

Proving Value – Looking Beyond the Wallet

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One of my favorite topics during meetings and presentations with General Counsel is measuring the value of legal departments. In my experience, nearly everybody in a corporation recognizes that the legal department adds value, but very few have concrete ideas regarding the right metrics to quantify that value. The default result has all the metrics focused on cost, thus perpetuating ... Read More »