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Getting Real about Law Firm Dark Data

Getting Real About Dark Data at Law Firms

A principle of information governance is that organizations must know what information they have, what the content of that information is, and whether it is properly accessed, stored, secured and destroyed when appropriate. 195 more words

Information Governance

Turn Legal Client “Needs Improvement” Grades into A’s with Information Governance

Organizing Information Governance in Law Firms

Corporate clients have essentially two major “needs improvement” areas for their law firms over the last few years. One, clients want more efficient delivery of legal services with transparent value. 148 more words

Information Governance

Law firms, law schools lumber — Elon Law, not so much

Criticism happens quick.

Criticism in tweets and blogs and articles comes really quickly. (“The legal profession is doomed.“) Changes in law firms and law schools, not like that. 144 more words

Law Practice Management

Supreme Court Stay Levy of Service Tax On Law Firms

A Supreme Court bench comprising Chief Justice H.L. Dattu, Justice A.K. Mishra and Justice Amitava Roy has stayed the Bombay High Court’s dismissal of a challenge to the levy of service tax on lawyers. 368 more words


21st Century law practice: multi-jurisdictional and cross-border practice

Simply put, there is no way to hold back multi-jurisdictional and cross-border law practice, and that is reshaping traditional structures and the economics of law practice.  242 more words

Huge Opportunity for Law Firms to Improve Communication with Associates

A column earlier this year by Altman Weil’s Eric Seeger, which was entitled “Five Things Associates Tell Me,” touched upon three common associate attorney complaints that are related to communication. 203 more words