Originally published in Law Practice Today, this article explores the how law firm data integrity and integration issues impact new business intake and conflicts management
While law firms often welcome lateral moves due to the influx of experienced talent and new clients, these moves create challenges and considerations for law
Nancy Beauchemin, CRM, gives guidance to law firms on how to support Information Governance initiatives in her recent article, written for Bloomberg BNA. “We’re in
New Business Intake is critical to firm business performance because it directly impacts profitability. It’s the moment when firms identify and resolve possible conflicts of
Historically, law firms implemented most ethical walls and confidentiality screens in response to an identified potential conflict between existing and former clients in new representations.
Performing the necessary research to support your records retention policy is not a small task.
Protecting client confidentiality is a cornerstone of an attorney’s professional and ethical duties to their clients and as such a critical component of a successful law firm records and information management program.
Gone are the days of law school graduates beginning their careers as associates and staying loyal to the firms that trained and promoted them. To stay competitive, firms are aggressively recruiting experienced and well-trained talent to grow their firm.