By InsideCounsel Editorial Staff | November 21, 2014If progress is humanity's ability to complicate simplicity, then innovation is its ability to turn complication into usable information and tools. Or to use one of the most tired phrases in the business space, to “do more with less.”
By Erin E. Harrison | November 21, 2014Regardless of size or budget, innovation shines through in the law departments that are doing more to align with their company's overall strategic direction.
By Richard Levick | November 21, 2014I’ve never heard a solid business reason why corporate plaintiffs should not at least seriously consider a suitable plaintiffs’ firm. But to get to that point, corporate counsel need to forget all they think they know about these redoubtable firms.
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