Monthly Archives: October 2011

Legal expense management news for October 28, 2011

Legal Services Act news – BigLaw invests in ABS as entry point for commoditized services. Clemens asks Feds to pay up for trial miscues. It will be interesting to see the details of how much he’s asking for when his … Continue reading

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Legal expense management news for October 21, 2011

Serengeti adds business intelligence features. GC’s, if you haven’t implemented e-billing and matter management, where does it fit in your strategic plan? The Wall Street Journal on the value of first year associates – you saw the article, now watch … Continue reading

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Legal expense management news for October 14

Linklaters and Integreon team up on rural-sourcing paralegals project “to build a lower-cost alternative for clients.” And while we’re on U.K. news – Eversheds pilots “on demand” contract lawyer offering. GC’s involved in offshore outsourcing deals (whether LPO, ITO, BPO … Continue reading

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Notes from the Global Legal Process Outsourcing Conference in Los Angeles

I moderated each of the panels at the Global LPO Conference sponsored by KPO Consultants in Los Angeles on Wednesday, October 5. I noted the following key takeaways from the speakers’ remarks and the Q&A: – Cost was the initial … Continue reading

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Legal expense management news for October 7

More litigation funders enter the U.S. market. GC’s, would you consider seeking out funding to pursue a case you might otherwise not have the budget for? U.K. firm ramps up lower-cost office to diversify service offerings. Perhaps they’ve been reading … Continue reading

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