Jordan Furlong on Collaboration (Part 2)

Regular Dialogue contributor, Jordan Furlong, penned two outstanding posts on collaboration in March 2019. I am pleased to give both more airtime given the shibboleths and taboos Jordan is outing. Jordan’s posts are published on Dialogue today as Jordan Furlong on Collaboration (Parts 1 and 2); Part was published on Dialogue on May 23, 2019.

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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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Remaking News of the Week: Tipping point reached in legal departments are spending

Today’s Remaking News of the Week: Tipping point reached in legal departments spending reports a milestone in Altman Weil’s long-running (at least for legal services) time series on corporate law department  spending.

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Remaking News of the Week: GCs’ tech budget woes

Today’s Remaking News of the Week: GCs’ budget woes covers recent Clyde & Co research reported in Richard Tromans’ Artificial Lawyer on 15 March 2019.

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Ron Friedmann’s highlights from the Altman Weil CLO 2018 survey

This post covers regular contributor Ron Friedmann’s highlights of the annual Altman Weil CLO Survey.

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Innovation and operations in legal services

Catherine’s contribution on Innovation and operations in legal services deserves wide readership because of its focus on collaboration and co-creation and reporting on the SOLID conference last month. 

Innovation in legal services is a team sport in an ever-growing league, with a terrific roster of players, coaches, owners, scouts, and commentators. Yet we don’t compete; we share and collaborate. The Cowen Group’s Summit on Legal Innovation and Disruption (SOLID) has become an energetic gathering for counsel to stay at the top of their game.

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