Continuing Heather Suttie’s Analysis of the Big Four: Next Big Bite

Continuing Heather Suttie’s Analysis of the Big Four: Next Big Bite is an insightful look at just how far and fast the Big Four are likely to encroach on BigLaw’s patch. Heather’s post is well-timed! In the last two months two Australian-based former managing partners of King & Wood Mallesons, a premier BigLaw firm, have been named global heads of PwC Legal and KPMG Legal. A certain sign of the times      

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Remaking News of the Week: PwC scales LawTech

In Remaking News of the Week: PwC scales LawTech, I feature Richard Tromans’ report: PwC LawTech Scale Up Accelerator – The Full Cohort List.

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Remaking News of the Week: Now it’s KPMG Legal and Plexus Law

“The future of the law is not a battle of Big and New. It’s a battle to create solutions that deliver unprecedented value to clients” wrote Andrew Mellett, Founder of Plexus, in a LinkedIn post last week.”

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Look at the Whole Board

Look at the Whole Board by Patrick Lamb is a pithy intellectual challenge to all of us. Based on his reflections on the Deloitte-Epstein Becker announcement, Patrick invites us to consider whether the Big Four really are the bogey men for BigLaw firms?  

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Remaking News of the Week: Tom Rodenhauser

In Remaking News of the Week, Tom Rodenhauser questions the veracity of the belief that that ‘clients…will flock to the Walmart/Amazon/Google of professional services‘ – the so-called one-stop shops epitomised by the Big Four.

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Remaking News of the Week: PwC’s Flexible Legal Resources

Today I feature Ari Kaplan‘s interview with Dr. Marc Morant, Head of Flexible Legal Resources at PwC Switzerland.

In this podcast they discuss the mission of PwC’s Flexible Legal Resources practice. It informs how PwC is building and combining flexi lawyer and compliance specialists with a traditional partner-based model in Switzerland and the UK.

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More on Dialogue on PwC’s moves in legal services. It’s just the beginning….

George

 

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