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What Law Firms (esp BLP) have to learn from British Airways

  • What Law Firms (esp BLP) have to learn from British Airways
  • What Law Firms (esp BLP) have to learn from British Airways

http://www.legalweek.com/legal-week/news/2280269/blps-lawyers-on-demand-hires-ft-gc-for-practice-development-role?wt.mc_ev=click&WT.tsrc=Email&utm_term=&utm_content=BLP%27s%20Lawyers%20on%20Demand%20hires%20FT%20GC%20for%20practice%20development%20role&utm_campaign=News%20Alert%20-%209%20July&utm_source=Daily&utm_medium=Email Forget the appointment news (nothing personal, Tim!) but look at how BLP are reacting to the changes in the legal market. For anyone who is 40+ the UK, there is an interesting parallel with what British Airways did with their budget airline called “Fly Go”. The quick version of the story is that they […]

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It Started With A Tweet – Interview with Bob Gogel, CEO, Integreon

  • It Started With A Tweet – Interview with Bob Gogel, CEO, Integreon

It is amazing the power of Twitter, even as I only use it to 1% of its potential. I’d been reading through the day’s LPO news, working out what to blog about next, and out jumped a story about Cameron McKenna and Osborne Clarke and their outsource provider Integreon. The headlines certainly were all “doom […]

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The Rest Of The World Is Happening – LPO/Legal Outsourcing

http://www.flickr.com/photos/manhattan-mini-storage/6190370650/in/photostream The picture in the above link offers a parallel to the LPO market. While I am amused that New Yorkers can be so insular (self focused, self-indulgent…you choose the right phrase), in the LPO space we can also be a bit like that. We have a habit of thinking about LPO  ( Legal Process […]

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Why Is LPO Still In The Closet?

Earlier this year, driving down the West Side Highway in New York, I noticed the billboard pictured above. Actually, I was being driven, so I was not breaking any laws when I took the photograph – honest! Recent experiences in the Legal Outsourcing field reminded me of this picture and how close of a parable […]

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Hurricanes, Earthquakes and…LPO

I’d planned to address LPO Project Risk at a later date, but recent events (a hurricane, an earthquake, a summer seemingly spent visiting A&E) made me think again about how to deliver successful LPO Projects and how The LPO Program is constructed to address Risk. From it’s inception The LPO Program embodied a “Risk Based […]

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