Knowledge Management Software has Come of Age…Now What?

Aug 29, 2016 By: Kim Stein

When an initiative like knowledge management rolls off the tongues of the law firm C-suite, you know it has come of age as

Jump Starting Legal Education in Myanmar (Burma)

Apr 15, 2016 By: Andrew Valentine

My law firm (DLA Piper) has an international pro bono affiliate called New Perimeter, the goal of which is to provide long-term legal assistance in under-served regions around the world.

The New Law Firm Taxonomy, And One That’s Doin’ It Well

Sep 21, 2015 By: Joe Borstein

This week, Joe Borstein was able to chat with Bruce MacEwen, star law-firm consultant, author of the leading online law and economics publication, Adam Smith, Esq., and legal entrepreneur.

“Women’s Issues” in the AmLaw 200—Is It Time for Firms to Look at Those to Solve Other Issues?

Jun 15, 2015 By: Sameena Kluck

The AmLaw 200 is facing an epidemic on many fronts in 2015, and the one getting the most attention is the lack of women in law firms above associate level

The “New Order” of GCs and the Law: Comments on the Results of the 2015 General Counsel Excellence Report

May 8, 2015 By: Bernadette Bulacan, Esq.

The recent 2015 General Counsel Excellence Report highlighted how the dynamics of authority between large law firms and in-house counsel have reversed.

Cross the Bridge: 10 Tips for a Successful Transition

Jan 19, 2015 By: Michael Wippler

This article identifies several steps which helped me successfully transition from inhouse to private practice, and other steps I wish I would have taken.

U.S. Spin-Off Bust Goes Boom

Oct 30, 2014 By: Craig Eastland

2011 was a great year for spin-offs. Seventy-two deals were announced, including three of the largest U.S. transactions of all time: AbbVie (#1, $56 billion), Kraft Foods

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

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.

LMA P3, Part I: How Can We Increase Innovation?

Jun 16, 2014 By: William Josten

The first day of the Legal Marketing Association’s P3 Conference in Chicago presented a fantastic opportunity to hear from a number of

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