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TweetAccording to a recent survey conducted by the ALM Legal Intelligence and sponsored by LexisNexis Counsel Link, alternative fee arrangements (“AFA”) for legal services, i.e. billing methods based on a metric different from hourly billing rates, is failing to gain traction amongst lawyers.  The survey is entitled “Speaking Different Languages: Alternative Fee Arrangements for Law […]

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Tweet I think it’s fair to say that savvy lawyers are always looking for ways to get noticed by prospective clients and to highlight positive, credible, third-party assessments of their legal ability. After all, talking about your self is bragging, but when others validate your ethics and legal ability it provides a completely different perspective […]

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TweetWe are getting pretty excited about Legal Tech next week.  I am flying in from Jerusalem, Israel next Sunday night to join my teammates for three days of networking, knowledge sharing, and some exciting LexisNexis events at the conference.  Here are some of the things we have going on. Join the Legal Tech New York […]

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TweetLexisNexis ran a survey of attorneys and other legal professionals at LegalTech NY yesterday around the adoption of Web 2.0 capabilities in the legal markets. Not terribly surprising – the findings show that while 74% of respondents read blogs, only 10% have their own blog…and only 17% of the respondents’ firms have a blog. Further […]

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TweetTalk about networking. I feel like all the software and services companies in the legal space are gathered in New York City this week for the annual LegalTech NY shindig. The number of exhibitors, attorneys or representatives from their firms is striking. Luckily ALM has provided a handy color coding for the badges so you […]

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