Legal expense management “news you can use” for July 22

The latest General Counsel compensation survey results are out. Overall a good year for large company GC’s.

Delaware judges tap the brakes on plaintiffs’ counsel fees in M&A litigation. GC’s, will these developments affect your calculations of the benefits of settling vs. litigating?

In the U.K., the Legal Services Act rolls on – law firm hires non-lawyer to lead consumer brand.

Scotland Yard seeks cut-rate panelists – an interesting strategy, given they’re in the middle of the News Corp. phone hacking inquiry. Or is this simply a prudent way to spend tax dollars? Check out the comments section on this one.

Baker & McKenzie rewards partners “who do a particularly good job with client management” – Bakers clients, has this affected your service levels?

A little off topic but always worth reminding ourselves – top office meeting pet peeves.

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