Monthly Archives: June 2013

Legal expense management news for June 28, 2013

Fee pressure for Asian deals is “only partly about client sophistication. Just as important is that for clients, the stakes aren’t as high, and the consequences of bad lawyering aren’t as dire.” In-house leaders, is this consistent with your experiences … Continue reading

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Legal expense management news for June 21, 2013

Patent litigation study shows that 2012 was “a banner year for patent infringement litigation. Massive damages awards made headlines. The 2011 America Invests Act (AIA) began making its impact. The influence of nonpracticing entities (NPEs) continued to grow. The number … Continue reading

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Legal expense management news for June 14, 2013

Should you retain an “evaluative” mediator for your next big-ticket dispute? A leader in the field offers this thoughtful analysis. U.K. nearshoring initiatives continue. “By creating a legal centre of excellence focusing on a structured approach to these areas of … Continue reading

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Legal expense management news for June 7, 2013

U.K. firm “is expanding its back office financial analysis team in an effort to meet a growing demand from its lawyers for pricing-related data and market intelligence.” General Counsels, are you seeing the effects of similar efforts from your panel … Continue reading

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