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Casey Flaherty of Kia Motors’ legal department is on a mission to unite his fellow in-house counsel around the prospect that their outside law firms really, really need to be much better at technology. And not just e-discovery.
Flaherty famously [more]
Brightleaf sells document automation technologies—and technology-leveraged services—that help lawyers work more quickly, efficiently, accurately, collaboratively, and profitably. We deploy those technologies and services at law firms and in-house legal departments. Our customers at those firms and departments use Brightleaf to [more]
Bruce MacEwen, writing as incisively as ever at Adam Smith, Esq., posted Friday this first in a series of articles on whether law firms commit the resources they should to business management. Key quote:
“McKinsey (on whom we [more]
We’ve all heard the joke. Lawyers are bad at math. Otherwise we all would have gotten MBAs or something like that (or, if we could stand the sight of blood, we would have gone to med school). But let’s stick [more]
This is the week for people to think about independence. Whether you’re watching a fireworks show, visiting the tall ships, or just enjoying a barbeque with friends, Independence Day always reminds us of the spirited and bold folks who started [more]
“Axiom has an opportunity to disrupt an industry that hasn’t materially changed in a century.”
Bob Kagle, partner
Compelling quote from a compelling article by Drew Combs in The American Lawyer today about Axiom Global’s outsourcing initiative.