Monthly Archives: July 2009

No One Cares About My Office In Kuwait

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This past week there was an interesting article in the ABA Journal – originally appearing in the Legal Intelligencer. The article notes a trend of lawyers migrating from megafirms to mid-size firms that have more competitive fee structures and lower firm overhead. According to the article, a departing lawyer was quoted saying, “My experience was Continue Reading

Wealth of Flexibility

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When facing uncertain times, traditional wisdom says to put your money into hard assets. (Note that gold continues to peak over $900+ this week). But when organizations are facing uncertain times their best asset is flexibility. Across the legal industry we have seen a number of firms making “FTE adjustments” while recently some firms are Continue Reading

EquaTerra Survey Findings: Outsourcing Up

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The following are some of the most recent findings by the research group EquaTerra. While the survey findings are focused on more general outsourced services, it does demonstrate that the first movers are now engaging outsourced solutions to survive the lengthening economic downturn. Demand for Outsourcing Increases as Organizations Seek to Cut Costs – EquaTerra Continue Reading

Fronterion Texas Bar Article: Technology & Outsourcing

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Check out the July Texas Bar Journal featuring an article on legal outsourcing titled, Outsourcing & Technology. The article hits on some of the core considerations with technology issues for successful legal outsourcing engagements. Of course we may be somewhat biased after authoring to article. If you have any questions or comments on the article, Continue Reading

The 4th of July and Future of Legal Services

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This past week we celebrated the 233rd anniversary of American independence. Our country was founded on the principles of personal and religious freedom and also on capitalism. Some referred to it at the time `as the “grand experiment” and we have seen it work. The basis of capitalism is the private individual using resources most Continue Reading