This book, edited by Peter Zeughauser of Zeughauser Group, will provide valuable insights and guidance on these trends and how best to embrace and harness them for continued success.
The global pandemic and simultaneous economic disruption is accelerating many challenging trends for law firms across the globe with unprecedented velocity. Law firm leaders, individual practitioners, C-level law firm executives, bankers and clients are all faced with growing uncertainty about the future and are looking for resources to help navigate rapid change. This book, edited by Peter Zeughauser of Zeughauser Group, will provide valuable insights and guidance on these trends and how best to embrace and harness them for continued success. It brings together world-renowned, skilled experts with different perspectives on the key challenges and opportunities that have arisen in the last few years, and continue to increase in importance. Key issues covered include: -Why and how to revisit your strategy plan; -Effective client relationship management during a crisis; -Wellbeing of partners and the workforce; -How to leverage social responsibility and pro bono programmes; and -Diversity and inclusion. This title will also consider the impact of remote working on the profession, including how to build a stronger culture with a remote workforce, how to reduce your real estate costs and how remote working has impacted innovation and decision making.
Release on 1984 | by United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Courts, Civil Liberties, and the Administration of Justice
But we have definite , strong evidence , gathered by the Government itself , that the cost of computers is declining . Indeed , the advent of micro - computer technology is accelerating this trend tremendously . We work with lawyers all ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Courts, Civil Liberties, and the Administration of Justice
A second trend accelerating the mobility of partners in seeking to move laterally was the new publicity about the financial success of different firms, led by an emerging legal press. In the early 1980s, The American Lawyer started ...
Author: John M. Westcott, Jr.
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
During the “golden age of law firm growth” from the late 1960s until 2007, most large law firms adopted a default growth strategy, increasing practice areas and offices, aided by the momentum of the tail winds of law firm growth. Since the recession of 2008-2009, however, the legal marketplace has drastically changed. In this timely book, Jay Westcott suggests strategic building blocks that firms can adopt in order to adapt themselves to this radical change and prosper as lasting institutions.
EMERGING TRENDS Certain trends are emerging that will affect law - firm management into the coming decade . ... but there is an accelerating trend toward actually giving them power in addition to their authority . • More and more firms ...
If anything, the current financial crisis will further accelerate those trends by subtracting legal demand and ... Law firms are now more corporate; it's easy to know partners' revenues, to understand the rate structures of firms.
Author: E. Leigh Dance
Publisher: Hillcrest Publishing Group
Globalization of business has driven a paradigm shift in corporate legal services internationally, changing how multinational corporations, their in-house legal departments and their law firms interrelate. The demands caused by international business growth require companies to confront scores of legal issues in many different countries, at the same time. Numerous factors have converged to elevate the impact of law and compliance on global business today. Understanding and responding to these factors is paramount to the success of inside and outside counsel. In this book, E. Leigh Dance presents 26 essays written by current and past heads of legal at global companies including: Azko Nobel, EADS, Fiat, FMC Technologies, Hilton, Honeywell, Lenovo, Marsh & McLennan and Schering-Plough, as well as leaders of global law firms including DLA, Eversheds, K&L Gates, Latham & Watkins, Orrick, Paul Hastings and other top legal industry experts. "This collection of 26 impressive essays, skillfully edited by Leigh Dance, creates a superb textbook for leaders as they consider current and future strategies, whether as global law firms or corporate law departments. A unique compendium of global perspectives and ideas, it makes very useful reading for all who are working to chart a course in these unprecedented times." -Ralph Baxter, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Orrick "Leigh Dance has managed to replicate in a book the excitement of a rich roundtable discussion among industry leaders. Reading it is like sitting in on an intimate exchange of practical experience, personal insights, and critical thinking about global business law, now and into the future. I highly recommend 'Bright Ideas.'" -Nino Cusimano, General Counsel, Telecom Italia "The legal industry is a time machine speeding through generations of change in a blink of an eye. Leigh Dance and her collaborators understand that such movement doesn't count as progress unless it is infused with bright ideas and intelligent execution. She has collected and presented those ideas in a highly readable form." -Peter Kalis, Chairman and Global Managing Partner, K&L Gates "Jump in, and profit from the many superb ideas and thought-provoking perspectives advanced in these pages, by an outstanding list of legal luminaries." -Jan Eijsbouts, former General Counsel, Akzo Nobel
These forces, combined with other factors, are leading to a powerful, accelerating trend to commoditization, making it increasingly difficult for professional service firms to differentiate their offerings.
Author: Ross Dawson
Category: Business & Economics
The publication of this book heralds a new field of management, thought and practice. The advocates of the 'knowledge economy' have to date focused almost exclusively on how managers can increase the internal productivity of their knowledge assets and intellectual capital. The important next step is understanding that a large and rapidly increasing proportion of the value of business transactions is in knowledge itself. Once this is recognized, managers must devote their attention to how to maximize the value of that knowledge to customers, and tie that directly to developing enduring and profitable relationships. Developing Knowledge-Based Client Relationships guides the reader to understanding the increasing importance of information and knowledge in business transactions and client relationships. It then goes on to present in an extremely practical fashion what knowledge organizations can do to enhance the value of the knowledge they deliver to clients and use that to develop profitable relationships. This is done by presenting underlying theoretical framework, a variety of tools for structuring relationships and presenting knowledge to clients, and numerous case studies and examples of firms which have implemented these concepts successfully. Fills a gap in present knowledge literature in the customer knowledge area Practical tools and effective case studies with world-recognized companies Shows how knowledge organizations of all kinds can increase their competitive edge by adding value to their clients
The second group ( 282 commenters ) represented primarily companies , business associations , law firms and accounting firms who opposed the extent of acceleration and length of transition period proposed because , in their view ...
Trends and Perspectives Antoine Masson, Gavin Robinson. 1.3. Law. Firm. Relationships. with. Legaltech. Startup. Clients. Another factor accelerating the adoption of legaltech solutions among startup law firms is the firms' ...
Author: Antoine Masson
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Business consultants
The legal sector is being hit by profound economic and technological changes (digitalization, open data, blockchain, artificial intelligence ...) forcing law firms and legal departments to become ever more creative in order to demonstrate their added value. To help lawyers meet this challenge, this book draws on the perspectives of lawyers and creative specialists to analyze the concept and life cycle of legal innovations, techniques and services, whether related to legislation, legal engineering, legal services, or legal strategies, as well as the role of law as a source of creativity and interdisciplinary collaboration. With 16 contributions by Daniel Martin Katz, Illinois Tech Chicago Kent College of Law Todd Lubart and Branden Thornhill-Miller, Paris Descartes University Christophe Collard, EDHEC Business School, Paris, and Mark Raison, Yellow Ideas and Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management Florian Imbert and Caroline Martin-Forissier, Legal Design Assas, Paris Veronique Chapuis-Thuault, Legal & BI Consultant, General Counsel, Paris Michael Abramowicz, George Washington University, Washington DC, and John F. Duffy, University of Virginia Nabyla Daidj, University Paris-Saclay, Evry University, and Telecom Ecole de Management Thomas D. Barton, California Western School of Law, Helena Haapio, University of Vaasa and Lexpert Ltd, Helsinki, James G. Hazard, CommonAccord.org, Berkeley, and Stefania Passera, University of Vaasa and Passera Design, Espoo Joseph M. Green, Gunderson Dettmer, New York, NY Alice Belcher, University of Dundee Olivier Beddeleem, EDHEC Business School, Paris Ivan Tchotourian, Laval University Ross D. Petty, Babson College Martina Eckardt and Stefan Okruch, Andrassy University Budapest Kaisa Sorsa, Turku University of Applied Sciences, and Tarja Salmi-Tolonen, University of Turku Stephanie Dangel, University of Pittsburgh, Margaret Hagan, Stanford University, and James Bryan Williams, University of Toronto and Google Inc.
On the other hand , the competition might also lead to law firms accelerating their hiring of investment bankers , management ... services firms , but it certainly is possible and consistent with current trends at the elite level .
Author: Stephen J. McGarry
Publisher: Law Journal Press
Explains the various types of MDP's, where they are permitted, and the advantages and disadvantages of each. This book includes coverage of ABA and CPA rules on professional independence, conflicts of interest, confidentiality, and other critical issues.
LAW PRACTICE BY DAVID BRADLOW The legal profession is experiencing significant — and accelerating — changes. ... Then, of course, there is the trend toward regional and national law firms, which heightens the level of competition ...
The ABA Journal serves the legal profession. Qualified recipients are lawyers and judges, law students, law librarians and associate members of the American Bar Association.
Release on 1989 | by American Bar Association. Section of Patent, Trademark, and Copyright Law
... office systems ; sources of secretarial talent ; use of paralegals ; overhead trends ; office organization and management practices ; the scope of practice of " intellectual property " law firms ; and the accelerating trend toward ...
Author: American Bar Association. Section of Patent, Trademark, and Copyright Law
Interviews with Prosecutors and Criminal Defense Lawyers Across the Globe, Volume One Jane Goodman-Delahunty, ... his office and representing clients have jumped to the forefront of American public attention, accelerating in prominence ...
Author: Jane Goodman-Delahunty
Publisher: CRC Press
A new installment of the series of Interviews with Global Leaders in Policing, Courts, and Prisons, this book expands upon the criminal justice coverage of earlier volumes, offering the voices of 14 lawyers from 13 diverse locales, including countries in Africa, North America, South America, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region. This book is intended for students and others focusing on law and legal studies, policing, psychology and law, criminology, justice studies, public policy, and for all those interested in the front lines of legal change around the world. Featuring versatile chapters perfect for individual use or as part of a collection, this volume offers a personal approach to the legal world for students and experienced professionals.
Investments were stimulated by changes in FDI law, which permitted a majority foreign capital share for firms in Mexico. ... These investments therefore accelerate trends toward the adoption of highly industrialized global diets, ...
Author: Ellen B. McCullough
Category: Business & Economics
'There should be a good market for this book. The topic is very timely and a major theme of the new World Development Report 2008. The editors and contributors are world class.' Derek Byerlee, World Bank 'This is a topic of wide interest and high policy importance. The depth of coverage and excellent synthesis should ensure that the book will have a substantial market in high-level undergraduate and graduate courses in agricultural development. It will have a solid readership among development economists and policy makers as well.' Mark Rosegrant, International Food Policy Research Institute The driving forces of income growth, demographic shifts, globalization and technical change have led to a reorganization of food systems from farm to plate. The characteristics of supply chains - particularly the role of supermarkets - linking farmers have changed, from consumption and retail to wholesale, processing, procurement and production. This has had a dramatic effect on smallholder farmers, particularly in developing countries. This book presents a comprehensive framework for assessing the impacts of changing agri-food systems on smallholder farmers, recognizing the importance of heterogeneity between developing countries as well as within them. The book includes a number of case studies from Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe, which are used to illustrate differences in food systems' characteristics and trends. The country case studies explore impacts on the small farm sector across different countries, local contexts and farm types. Published with FAO
Investments were stimulated by changes in FDI law , which permitted a majority foreign capital share for firms in Mexico ... These investments therefore accelerate trends toward the adoption of highly industrialized global diets , which ...
Author: Ellen B. McCullough
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Category: Farms, Small
The driving forces of income growth, demographic shifts, globalisation and technical change have led to a reorganisation of food systems from farm to plate. The characteristics of supply chains - particularly the role of supermarkets - linking farmers have changed, from consumption and retail to wholesale, processing, procurement and production. This has had a dramatic effect on smallholder farmers, particularly in developing countries. This book presents a comprehensive framework for assessing the impacts of changing agri-food systems on smallholder farmers, recognising the importance of heterogeneity between developing countries as well as within them. The book includes a number of case studies from Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe, which are used to illustrate differences in food systems' characteristics and trends. The country case studies explore impacts on the small farm sector across different countries, local contexts and farm types
This cascade of conservative literature was intimately linked to a second accelerating trend: the development of a ... In the legal profession, for instance, a growing array of public interest law firms such as the Pacific Legal ...
Author: George H. Nash
Publisher: Open Road Media
Category: Political Science
First published in 1976, and revised in 1996, George H. Nash’s celebrated history of the postwar conservative intellectual movement has become the unquestioned standard in the field. This new edition, published in commemoration of the volume’s thirtieth anniversary, includes a new preface by Nash and will continue to instruct anyone interested in how today’s conservative movement was born.
In our rapidly changing world , it is increasingly challenging to anticipate the complicated and accelerating trends that have an impact on our profession . The vision that law firms need will involve significant departures from prior ...
office , the higher income tends to be . This is not only true in New Jersey , but in every other state surveyed . As indicated in our previous report , “ Trends in Forms of Law Practice in New Jersey " in NEW JERSEY STATE BAR JOURNAL ...
There are interesting times ahead for the Belgian With international firms developing their legal system . ... There is an accelerating trend for firms to merge , form It is still relatively unusual to see partner alliances and ...
The pace of change is accelerating in our age of transparency , globalization , and the Internet . All clients are becoming more demanding . BTI Consulting Inc. tracks client satisfaction with law firms ; in their Key Trends in Client ...
Author: Catherine Alman MacDonagh
Publisher: American Bar Association
This first volume in the Law Firm Associates Development Series focuses on personal marketing and sales skills, and will cover these topics: building a practice; how to create a personal marketing plan; how to find people within a target market; how to prepare for a prospective client meeting; strategies when meeting with clients; how to ask for business; how to use the end of a matter as a marketing opportunity; how to retain clients; and how to effectively network inside and outside the firm. Both authors currently work as Directors of Business Development in law firms where their responsibilities include extensive in-house coaching and training of attorneys at all levels. In this guidebook, they share their best advice and instruction compiled from their own experience as well as from that of many industry thought leaders.
Two future trends affecting Brazilian incubators in 2020–2030 can be foreseen. ... resourceful brands, of entrepreneurial innovation habitats focused on the creation and early development of startups or new knowledge-intensive firms.
Author: Sarfraz A. Mian
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
This pioneering work explores both the theory and practice of business and technology incubation over the past six decades as an approach to new venture creation and development. With a global scope, the Handbook examines key concepts, models, and mechanisms, providing a research-based analytical foundation from which to understand the emerging role of modern incubation tools in building entrepreneurship ecosystems for promoting targeted economic development.