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HPC Analysis: On Legal Costs And Expectations – The Road Ahead Calls For Confidence In Closer Collaboration

The best way to tackle a difficult subject is to understand it – and talk about it. Legal costs and expectations would seem to be a good example. We see some great conversations ahead and even stronger business relationships emerging as clients and their legal service providers engage around data, embrace change and realize the benefits of greater transparency in helping one another succeed.

HPC Analysis: Market Forces and Smart Leadership Shape Successful Technologies Like Mplace

Ford observed that his customers would have asked for faster horses but he saw the need – and opportunity – for the car. In modern law, it may be said that the co-founders of Mplace have a similarly bold view. The opportunity for something better, like Mplace, far outweighs the incremental changes others may suggest. Caleb and Aden are onto something – you can feel it. But even moreso, when you run the numbers, you know it. This may explain why several major customers and partners have signed on to work with them this year.

James Joyce And The Legal Sector Myth

As the industry faces cost pressures and business interjections from outside - from the C-suite, from new technology and new legal service providers, from data and automation - we may yet see a new and greater symbiosis between these communities around what unites us, not what divides us. In my various conversations with leaders, I see a shared passion for "better" - not just for cost reduction though that is a consideration for every business. I see a genuine "fire" in the eyes for advancement in how we do things, the purpose it serves and the value it creates or adds to our clients. The future will come soon enough, as they say, and it will bring mighty change. Of that there can be no mistake. But on both sides of this discussion - and looking further afield into the growing array of participants - I see encouraging evidence of great innovative and forward-thinking individuals that will carry the torch and take the opportunity to champion "better".

HPC Analysis: On Legal Costs And Expectations – The Road Ahead Calls For Confidence In Closer Collaboration

The best way to tackle a difficult subject is to understand it – and talk about it. Legal costs and expectations would seem to be a good example. We see some great conversations ahead and even stronger business relationships emerging as clients and their legal service providers engage around data, embrace change and realize the benefits of greater transparency in helping one another succeed.

Chuck Brooks, Featured HPC Contributor – Adviser to LinkedIn as Cybersecurity and Emerging Technology Subject Matter Expert

Chuck’s thought leadership writings on cybersecurity and emerging tech have helped shape the public policy debate as he is respected in industry, in the Federal Government, academia, and on Capitol Hill. He has been a force in discussing, advocating, promoting cybersecurity issues across digital media, at events, in professional forums, and with a variety of public policy organizations.

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  • HPC Analysis: On Legal Costs And Expectations – The Road Ahead Calls For Confidence In Closer Collaboration

    HPC Analysis: On Legal Costs And Expectations – The Road Ahead Calls For Confidence In Closer Collaboration

    The best way to tackle a difficult subject is to understand it – and talk about it. Legal costs and expectations would seem to be a good example. We see some great conversations ahead and even stronger business relationships emerging as clients and their legal service providers engage around data, embrace change and realize the benefits of greater transparency in helping one another succeed.

  • James Joyce And The Legal Sector Myth

    James Joyce And The Legal Sector Myth

    As the industry faces cost pressures and business interjections from outside - from the C-suite, from new technology and new legal service providers, from data and automation - we may yet see a new and greater symbiosis between these communities around what unites us, not what divides us. In my various conversations with leaders, I see a shared passion for "better" - not just for cost reduction though that is a consideration for every business. I see a genuine "fire" in the eyes for advancement in how we do things, the purpose it serves and the value it creates or adds to our clients. The future will come soon enough, as they say, and it will bring mighty change. Of that there can be no mistake. But on both sides of this discussion - and looking further afield into the growing array of participants - I see encouraging evidence of great innovative and forward-thinking individuals that will carry the torch and take the opportunity to champion "better".

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  • HPC Analysis: Market Forces and Smart Leadership Shape Successful Technologies Like Mplace

    HPC Analysis: Market Forces and Smart Leadership Shape Successful Technologies Like Mplace

    Ford observed that his customers would have asked for faster horses but he saw the need – and opportunity – for the car. In modern law, it may be said that the co-founders of Mplace have a similarly bold view. The opportunity for something better, like Mplace, far outweighs the incremental changes others may suggest. Caleb and Aden are onto something – you can feel it. But even moreso, when you run the numbers, you know it. This may explain why several major customers and partners have signed on to work with them this year.

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Rising Tides And Higher Stakes. Cybersecurity Thought-Leader Chuck Brooks In Interview

While the tide of opportunity is rising for cybersecurity advisers and solutions, the risks for organizations such as law firms have never been higher either. What are the new Cybersecurity stakes. What are the vulnerabilities and risks? We live in world of algorithms; x’s and o’s. Our digital world is ripe for access and compromise by those who want do harm from just a laptop and server.

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HPC Analysis: On Legal Costs And Expectations – The Road Ahead Calls For Confidence In Closer Collaboration

The best way to tackle a difficult subject is to understand it – and talk about it. Legal costs and expectations would seem to be a good example. We see some great conversations ahead and even stronger business relationships emerging as clients and their legal service providers engage around data, embrace change and realize the benefits of greater transparency in helping one another succeed.

  • James Joyce And The Legal Sector Myth

    James Joyce And The Legal Sector Myth

    As the industry faces cost pressures and business interjections from outside - from the C-suite, from new technology and new legal service providers, from data and automation - we may yet see a new and greater symbiosis between these communities around what unites us, not what divides us. In my various conversations with leaders, I see a shared passion for "better" - not just for cost reduction though that is a consideration for every business. I see a genuine "fire" in the eyes for advancement in how we do things, the purpose it serves and the value it creates or adds to our clients. The future will come soon enough, as they say, and it will bring mighty change. Of that there can be no mistake. But on both sides of this discussion - and looking further afield into the growing array of participants - I see encouraging evidence of great innovative and forward-thinking individuals that will carry the torch and take the opportunity to champion "better".

  • HPC Analysis: Market Forces and Smart Leadership Shape Successful Technologies Like Mplace

    HPC Analysis: Market Forces and Smart Leadership Shape Successful Technologies Like Mplace

    Ford observed that his customers would have asked for faster horses but he saw the need – and opportunity – for the car. In modern law, it may be said that the co-founders of Mplace have a similarly bold view. The opportunity for something better, like Mplace, far outweighs the incremental changes others may suggest. Caleb and Aden are onto something – you can feel it. But even moreso, when you run the numbers, you know it. This may explain why several major customers and partners have signed on to work with them this year.

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  • HPC Analysis: Market Forces and Smart Leadership Shape Successful Technologies Like Mplace

    HPC Analysis: Market Forces and Smart Leadership Shape Successful Technologies Like Mplace

    Ford observed that his customers would have asked for faster horses but he saw the need – and opportunity – for the car. In modern law, it may be said that the co-founders of Mplace have a similarly bold view. The opportunity for something better, like Mplace, far outweighs the incremental changes others may suggest. Caleb and Aden are onto something – you can feel it. But even moreso, when you run the numbers, you know it. This may explain why several major customers and partners have signed on to work with them this year.

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OLGA MACK & KATIA BLOOM: SERENA WILLIAMS AND STAR-POWERED BOARDS

Some organizations shine while others struggle. Some navigate difficult points with greater ease than others and cultivate a more popular and appealing acceptance in the broader public space. The reasons for this may be many and varied. In this article, our Contributors Olga Mack and Katia Bloom look at the many benefits of star-powered Boards for today's growing organization.

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