Hello, in-house legal employees! How are we today? I, esteemed Law.com reporter Dan Clark, am doing fine because we are back for another edition of Inside Track. Before we jump into the news, I will be in Austin, Texas from Oct. 21 to Oct. 24 for the Association of Corporate Counsel’s Annual Meeting. Feel free to say hi. That said, my next dispatch will be from Austin, and if there are any restaurants you think I should check out, let me know.

I also want to quickly point out a piece we published yesterday about Key Performance Indicators, or KPIs. I’m curious if your legal department collects KPIs and if so, what are the most valuable or meaningful KPIs and which do you find to be the most pointless?

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