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Do You Need To Have A Red Team?

red team

Litigation can be a battle. You marshall your forces and attack the opposing party. But there is a long lead time from the filing of a lawsuit to the commencement of a trial. During that time you lay out your strategy. How ...

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Buying Convenience and Building Reputations

shifting competitive advantage

There was a post on Harvard Business Review a few days ago titled When Marketing is Strategy. It discusses the shift in focus at many companies from “upstream” activities to “downstream” activities.   Which is true in many respects, but ...

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Efficiency Trends In Legal Departments and In-House Counsel

corporate drones

Last year The Corporate Executive Board (NYSE: CEB), conducted a wide ranging survey of over 300 of its member’s legal departments. They’ve been conducting such surveys for a decade now and put together a list of the 9 efficiency trends they project ...

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What It Feels Like To Be A Client

spongebob worried

  It’s easy for lawyers to become entrenched in their position and lose the perspective of someone not well-versed with the law. They lose perspective on what it feels like to be a client. Clients usually come to a lawyer ...

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How Not to Make Informed Decisions

Hick's law graph

  A couple days ago Consultant’s Mind had a post on on the book Nudge. Nudge puts forth the argument that while people think they are making informed choices, more often than not they are relying on default choices. Essentially ...

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