Monthly Archives: August 2013

Legal expense management news for August 30, 2013

Monitoring Detroit’s bankruptcy bills isn’t inexpensive….just in time for the DOJ’s new fee guidelines that will take effect November 1. Federal judge reduces attorneys’ fees in Facebook class settlement. (reg. req’d) New survey shows top investment priority for in-house leaders … Continue reading

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Tales From My Summer Experiments: AFA’s and ATA’s (Alternative Transportation Arrangements)

I recently conducted a bit of an experiment with what one might call “alternative transportation arrangements.” Over the course of a few months, I tried two modes of transportation that are not widely used here in central Texas. I found … Continue reading

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Legal expense management news for August 20, 2013

A fairly slow news week here in the dog days of August: I’ll be looking forward to the reports out of the International Legal Technology Association’s annual meeting this week – more to come on that topic. For those who … Continue reading

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Legal expense management news for August 12, 2013

New survey reports that “74 percent of the intellectual property counsel surveyed are litigating against patent assertion entities (PAEs), also known as “patent trolls,” or are bracing to do so within the next year.” And they can enlist a new … Continue reading

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