Monthly Archives: August 2010

Legal Project Management: A Trend at the Tipping Point

This article, co-authored with Douglas Richardson, originally appeared at the PM Hut blog on May 13, 2010. Reprinted with permission. RFPs, AFAs and Client-driven Paradigm Shifts Tipping Point C includes such viral trends as convergence programs (in which the number … Continue reading

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Legal Project Management Moves In-House

The message to general counsel and chief legal officers from their CEOs and CFOs could hardly be clearer: “Get the costs of your legal department under control or face the consequences. In the last decade, general corporate operating expenses have … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to GCs in Tough Economic Times

Dear General Counsel or Chief Legal Officer: If you feel like you are in a classic double bind these days, you are not alone. I have spoken with dozens of GCs in the last few months, and Altman Weil has … Continue reading

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