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The Pros and Cons of Sending In-house Counsel to Appear in Court

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Does the money that companies save outweigh the potential difficulties that counsel might face?

2017-Nov-27

Class Actions Stats

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One word: statistics. Wait. Dont run. Understanding statistics might reduce your companys chances of facing a class action lawsuit. Identify high-risk areas in your employment activity records by analyzing the same data courts use to prove discrimination. ...

2011-May-01

Managing to Be World-Class

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Capitalizing on the importance of formal training for staff, a business focus, evaluating risks and rewards of litigation, and cutting costs, Brian Cabrera talks about how he leads his legal department - reducing nearly 50 percent of its spending.

2010-Mar-01

Business Not as Usual: Importing Innovations from Outside the Law for Optimized Litigation Outcomes

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As in-house counsel, your clients expect excellence in lawsuit process management simply handing the reins to outside counsel wont impress them. Instead of focusing on traditional legal strategies, expand your view to include a broad range of business ...

2012-May-01

Litigation Readiness: An Answer to Escalating Discovery Costs

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Does your company have a plan of action for maintaining electronically stored information? Without policies to control its storage and usage, things can get hairy. Like every other part of your department, discovery needs strategy. This article provides ...

2009-May-01

Beyond the Stock Arbitration Clause: Tailoring Arbitration to Match Business Needs and Commercial Realities

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Includes a checklist with seven main points to remember when tailoring your arbitration agreement. Also includes sample ADR contract language.

2008-Feb-01

A Task Based Billing Update

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The task based billing buzz has substantially quieted during the several years since introduction of the standard codes based on that concept. For some, it has gone the way of Total Quality Management and other sweeping reforms. A fresh look may be ...

1998-Jan-01

Flying Blind Through the Storm of the Century: Recommendations for Forecasting and Managing Litigation Expenses

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A bumpy economy has turned litigation and government investigations into even hotter hot button issues. Increasing expenses are placing added pressure on counsel saddled with keeping costs down. How can you evaluate the impact of the economy on your ...

2009-May-01

The Quest For Seamless Service: Ensuring Consistency With Multioffice Law Firms

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Over the past decade, with the pressure to cut costs wherever possible, many legal departments continue to rely on a smaller core group of external firms to help achieve higher levels of business performance. Often termed 'convergence,' these and related ...

2005-Jan-01

Appellate Counsel: Why Hiring Them Early Pays Off

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Much of the litigation that global corporations face involves rapidly changing areas of the law that could affect shareholder earnings in a major way. In a high-stakes matter, therefore, your team of outside lawyers should include someone who is an expert ...

2004-Jan-01

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