Mayans and Susskind Are Wrong (partly)

I am indebted to Antony Smith from the firm Legal Project Management for helping me connect my synapses today. But I am certainly in a contrarian mood today, all starting with reading his interview with Richard Susskind. The British Tabloids are a fantastic read, if you can tolerate their jingoism, bias, and historically dubious methods [...]

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LPO M&A

  Expect the usual bunch of postings about “Ten LPO Predictions for 2013″. For me it is pretty easy. Continued Growth The start of the M&A Trend Repeat. The sector has proven itself, the economy is not improving, law firms are waking up to the real vale from Strategic Legal Process Outsourcing, GCs are changing [...]

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Ultra Onshore LPO

How more “onshore” can you get? London as the new low cost LPO destination? Certainly compared to the traditional legal models, a strong supplier, with strong methodologies and good people can do what is seemingly impossible (but is actually being replicated in other high-cost locations such as New York, Washington DC, etc) i.e. provide better [...]

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