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    The New DOL Fiduciary Rule

    Charles B. Blanton, Jr.

    While there are many items and complexities to the new rule, this article focuses on the basic premise of why the rule was developed and adopted and the effect on the retirement landscape and the players involved.

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    3 Tips for Handling the Difficult Decision to Downsize

    Randy Evans and Shari L. Klevens

    By handling all involuntary terminations with professionalism and formality, law firms can limit the potential for conflict and give proper attention to the potential ethical and legal issues. Here are three tips for handling the transition of attorneys and staff from the firm.

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    The Law Firm Value Proposition

    Glenn Tannous

    How to Successfully Hire Lateral Partners

    While a law firm asks for specific education, experience, contacts and portables at certain law firms, what if the candidates were to ask for their own list of must-haves? How would a firm measure up?

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    The Business Intelligence to Competitive Intelligence Continuum

    Mark T. Greene

    Where law firm leaders' "gut judgement" was once sufficient, running the business well now requires solid intelligence (yes, Big Law is a business). Decisions must balance the demands of clients with those of the partnership. Law firms are awash in data, but harnessing it to support sound decision-making is a major challenge.

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    Employee Privacy and Corporate Legal Risk

    David Horrigan

    The use of business email accounts and digital devices for personal communications can be risky for both employers and employees. However, employees of all levels may be commingling corporate communications with their personal information, according to new research.

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