Emphasis on creativity and great imaginations
Make it clear that everyone’s health and safety are top priorities through clear communication and transparent efforts
Be flexible on work environments with clear policies
Lay out clear business missions and objectives and make it clear what role each person plays in helping accomplish that mission
I will represent the 3 Geeks Blog on the upcoming Reuters Events: Legal Leaders 2021 (October 19-20, Online). This industry-leading event is uniting the biggest names in corporate law to help General Counsels supercharge their expertise as strategic business advisers, enhance enterprise value, and leave behind a proud legacy.
I am very excited to moderate …
Recently, I had the pleasure of speaking with Nancy
Jessen, SVP at Legal Business Solutions at UnitedLex about a survey recently
completed with ALM on legal department insourcing, entitled “Build or Buy? The Evolution of Law Department
Sourcing”. Our chat was really interesting, different
than what I expected. Here’s what I learned.
Last September, Geek #2, sent me a short email asking if I knew anything about the product called Justly. His short description of how Justly had a case categorization feature, and was pulling data from the Federal Courts (not that big a deal), and thousands of State Courts (huge deal), made my ears…
LMA Tech’s annual in-house counsel panel is always one of the biggest draws of the conference, and this year was no different.…
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[Editor’s Note: My wife might disagree – but I relish it when people disagree with me (think on that one for a moment). My recent post on the Rise of Compliance at the Expense of Legal prompted Susan Hackett to provide an alternative point of view. Susan has a wealth of experience in working with in-house counsel, especially in her former role …
Martindale-Hubbell released an interesting report this morning called “The Profitable Legal Department: How legal departments can prosper by generating revenue for their company.” The report follows the legal departments of DuPont, Tyco and Standard Life and reports on the success of each of their “recovery programs” that take a more aggressive stance to assert the…