In the first, Making the Business Case for Innovation, we argue that innovation is an imperative that cannot be ignored by law firms.
Back in 2008, we and other industry observers predicted that alternative fee arrangements would accelerate as the legal market dealt with decreased demand and price sensitivity brought on by the recession. We were only half right.
“What are other firms doing?” It’s a question we hear frequently. Lawyers have a strong inclination to look to other firms for sources of legitimacy when it comes to the practice of management.
In the IT industry many companies use Moore’s Law, a reference to the density…