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By Milan Bobde
More and more, firms are understanding that it’s the firm’s ability to convert its agreed rates through billing and collections to collection realization that really counts. So why is it such a challenge for firms to solve it?
By J. Mark Santiago
The ultimate guardian of the quality of client service is the partners’ own judgement but properly utilizing AI can set expectations that will benefit the clients and the firm and end forever the “End of the Billable Hour” stories.
By Chris Fritsch
CRM is foundational to the success of marketing and business development teams because it is precisely the tool that allows the firm to efficiently manage and nurture client and prospect relationships.
By Wendy King and David Horrigan
Recent research based on interviews with chief legal officers around the globe found that the increased scope and scale of risk now facing corporations is driving change in how legal teams set their strategies, leverage technology and manage operations.