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Métricas de rendimiento de proveedores de legales externos al Departamento de Legales

Please enjoy the Spanish verison of the blog below authored by Matías Avila Nores, Founder and Managing Partner, OneLegem. Es un hecho fuera de discusión que el objetivo del departamento o área de legales es asesorar a las unidades de negocios, al management y guiarlos en todos los temas...


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Outside Counsel Performance Metrics

Please enjoy this blog post authored by Matías Avila Nores, Founder and Managing Partner, OneLegem. It is an undisputed fact that a legal department’s goal is to provide legal advice to both business units and management, and shepherd these on all legal matters to achieve their business goals...



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Think Global, Act Local: Part One

Challenges in managing a global law department: Law Departments, which function as business units for global organizations (i.e. function globally as well as operationally in more than one country), are wrought with challenges arising from international laws, local laws, support...


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Legal KM in a Time of Coronavirus: Back to Basics

Please enjoy this blog co-authored by Holly Hanna, KM Firm Solutions Manager, Perkins Coie and Adam Dedynski, KM - Project Manager, Reed Smith LLP. In recent years, legal knowledge management has evolved and matured, with an increased focus on how to leverage advanced technologies like...


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Eyes on the Prize, People!

Disasters always bring out the best and the worst in people. The hoarders of toilet paper and the caregivers risking their lives to help others. I have a couple observations about this, and they center around focus. The self-focus and the selfless focus. Are you trying to make things better...


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Innovation in the Time of the Corona

Hello from my bunker in Texas. Like most of you I am “WFH,” which I consistently confuse with “WTH,” which makes for some initial seconds of confusion on my part. Some examples completely made up but inspired by real life. Feel free to add your own in the comments. “The WFH initiative...


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Be Sheltering: Not Sheltered

What Are Organizations Doing to Address COVID-19? Quite A Bit, Actually. Ron Friedman has created a list of firm initiatives that he is continually updating. It is a great quick read if you are looking for some ideas for your organization. Thank you, Ron. You were able condense an...


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Taking Care of Your Health and Wellness During Uncertain Times

As the United States (and our global friends) quickly converted to working remotely over the course of last week, we have been inundated with tips and articles about how to work from home. We keep hearing that we should keep a schedule. To get dressed every day. Create a work space. Test your...


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A Day In The Life Of A Remote Worker: The Mac On My Couch

I received the notification last Thursday: I would be the technical liaison to work with our ITS to transition a government office to be fully functional remote workers within days. I won’t lie, the thought of working remotely seemed a dream: I wouldn’t have to shower (keep your thoughts to...