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  • 3 Steps to Ensuring Your AI Initiative Does Not Fail

    July 02, 2017 |

    The energy in the legal industry surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) is undeniable. Law firms are investing in innovation or undertaking experiments to test the viability of applying AI-enabled tools to various disciplines. Legal professionals are packing presentations to learn if, how and when

  • 3 Steps to Ensuring Your AI Initiative Does Not Fail

    July 02, 2017 |

    The energy in the legal industry surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) is undeniable. Law firms are investing in innovation or undertaking experiments to test the viability of applying AI-enabled tools to various disciplines. Legal professionals are packing presentations to learn if, how and when

  • The Business Intelligence to Competitive Intelligence Continuum

    July 01, 2017 |

    Not too many years ago, good decisions made by smart lawyers were sufficient. Law firms were raising their fees substantially every year and attorney incomes were soaring. Now, corporate buyers are largely calling the shots, and excellent decision-making by law firm leaders is required as firms work

  • 3 Steps to Ensuring Your AI Initiative Doesn't Fail

    July 01, 2017 |

    The energy in the legal industry surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) is undeniable. Law firms are investing in innovation or undertaking experiments to test the viability of applying AI-enabled tools to various disciplines. Legal professionals are packing presentations to learn if, how and when

  • IP News

    July 02, 2017 |

    Federal Circuit Affirms Non-Infringement Decision Based on Prosecution Disclaimer
    Federal Circuit Decisions Offer Guidance on Award of Attorney Fees under Section 285

  • Motivating Attorneys to Establish Firm Objectives

    July 01, 2017 |

    Part One of a Two-Part Article

    The two major challenges now facing lawyer management in many mid-size firms are: 1) how to motivate the non-entrepreneurial attorneys to achieve and to perform; and 2) how to retain the "over-achiever" attorneys so they will remain with the firm.