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December 17, 2019 | The American Lawyer

Legal Tech Providers Want Lawyers' Feedback. Why Can't They Get It?

Lawyers want tech to be easier, but providers aren't sure what that means. Is this a case of a communication breakdown?
9 minute read
December 16, 2019 | Texas Lawyer

As Big Law Flocked to Texas, San Antonio Got Left Out

Only a handful of Am Law 200 firms based outside Texas have offices in San Antonio. Is it the next hot legal market, or will it stay sleepy?
4 minute read
December 04, 2019 | Connecticut Law Tribune

Law Firms Scale Up in Response to Market Forces

Clients, competition and the cost of technology are driving firms to consider growth like never before.
13 minute read
December 04, 2019 | The American Lawyer

Under Pressure From All Sides, Law Firms Are Responding by Scaling Up

Clients, competition and the cost of technology are driving firms to consider growth like never before.
13 minute read
December 03, 2019 | Legaltech News

Lawyers Want 'Easier' Technology. But Providers Aren't Sure What That Means

The irregularity and hastiness with which feedback continues to be provided has left product developers hungry for insights into the legal mind.
9 minute read
November 22, 2019 | Delaware Law Weekly

Clark Hill Adds Labor and Employment Partner

Clark Hill announced that it brought on Margaret DiBianca as a member in its labor and employment practice in Wilmington.
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November 21, 2019 | Law.com

Labor of Law: NLRB's Profanity Standard | Ogletree Expands in Canada | Major GM Suit Against FCA | Sterling Jewelers Class Revived | Who Got the Work, and More!

Welcome to Labor of Law -- our briefing on L&E news and trends. We're looking at the NLRB's amicus briefing on language standards; Ogletree opening a 2nd office in Canada, and a lot more. Scroll down for Who Got the Work and notable moves. Thanks for reading!
12 minute read
November 21, 2019 | Texas Lawyer

Consider This: Nearly Half of the Am Law 200 Have at Least 1 Texas Office

Big firms are moving into Texas at an accelerating pace, with Am Law 200 firms planting 20 flags in Texas in 2018 alone.
7 minute read
November 15, 2019 | Legaltech News

For Legal Tech Vendors, the First Impression is Everything

For legal tech vendors, catching the attention of busy lawyers or law firm leaders is no easy feat, but maintaining those relationships may be even harder in a "completely thankless industry."
4 minute read
November 13, 2019 | Legaltech News

Firms Are (Slowly) Friending Social Media Professionals

The question of how effective firms are being with the social media efforts may largely come down to the manpower they are willing to put behind a keyboard, especially as clients become too busy for face-to-face networking.
3 minute read

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