Remaking News of the Week: Legal departments lag in digitalisation

Last year beaton published one of the first reports on how corporate clients view innovation as a strategy for themselves and what they seek from their outside BigLaw firms. The extracts from the findings are illuminating and are worth contrasting with Gartner‘s report on digital transformation of law departments.

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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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