Improving your billing process is not impossible, and a implementing best practices can help reduce write-offs, improve cost recovery, and, ultimately, lead to more satisfied clients and attorneys.
The international health crisis has upended the way people conduct business, the economic outlook, and the challenges facing in-house legal teams—but corporate legal budgets remain largely intact.
The future of eDiscovery is increasingly DIY. Here are six ways to take advantage of these developments—to reduce costs, realize quick ROI, improve outcomes and save your eDiscovery process.
Hockey-stick growth is a sign that what you’re offering is serving a massive, previously unmet need. That's just what Baker Donelson achieved after it set out to reimagine its approach to eDiscovery.
Corporate legal teams, under the gun to cut costs and empowered by powerfully simple technology, are bring work in-house. As a result, 7/10 firms report losing business to corporate insourcing.
For motivated in-house teams, significant cost reductions can be achieved by bringing more of the discovery process in house, and there’s little to stand in the way.
In a single matter, one two-attorney firm brought in $60,000 in DIY discovery services—and recovered those hours directly from opposing, whose discovery errors ended in cost-shifting sanctions.
A Baker Donelson shareholder gives an insider's view on how the firm innovates on everyday matters, where the benefits of a powerfully simple approach quickly compound.