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Postcard From ILTA: Why House-Built Apps May Be Worth It For Law Firms

Aug 22, 2014 By: Joseph Raczynski

On the first day of the International Legal Technology Association’s annual convention, I attended a fascinating session: “To App or Not To App?”

From Business Law Center: Tax Conditions In Inversion Mergers

Aug 22, 2014 By: Craig Eastland

U.S. companies are reorganizing abroad — a maneuver called an inversion — to secure more favorable tax treatment. Here’s a look at how the U.S. has attempted to tackle the issue.

Postcard from ILTA 2014: Unlocking the Power of the Cloud

Aug 20, 2014 By: Joseph Raczynski

Pressures are increasing for legal IT professionals to increase productivity and reduce costs.  Couple that with the demand for anytime and anywhere

Law Firm Profitability Insights: Why Knowledge Management Is Key To Efficiency

Aug 18, 2014 By: William Josten

No matter what source one reads, law firm clients are saying the same things about what they are looking for from their

Up, Down, Sideways? A Look At Legal Sector Job Movement

Aug 13, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

The legal industry lost jobs in July, but overall, it isn’t doing too badly — depending on whom you ask, of course.

The Midsize Move On M&A

Aug 11, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

Historically, a select few Large Law firms have dominated the higher end of the Mergers & Acquisitions market, but new data analyzed

Data (Big Or Not) And Its Potential Value To Large Law Firms

Aug 6, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

Whether it qualifies as “Big Data” or not, the information law firms generate can be of great benefit.

Legal Industry: On The Fraught Relationship Between Short-Term Costs and Long-Term Change

Aug 4, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

As any attorney will tell you, Large Law clients are pushing their firms for discounts, and since the market remains quite tight

The Inversion Excursion

Jul 30, 2014 By: Craig Eastland

For 20 years, a steady trickle of U.S. corporations has chosen exile – renouncing U.S. corporate citizenship and reincorporating abroad. From Fruit of the Loom to Chiquita to AbbVie, a broad range of companies has sought asylum in a variety of exotic locales, from The Cayman Islands to Australia.

Survey: General Counsels’ budgets change, delegation of legal work doesn’t

Jul 28, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

Many of the general counsels who responded to a newly released survey said their budgets and staff increased over the past year,

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