In this interview with Accuity, Max Welsh explores critical law firm risk issues including: strategies for making the case to invest in risk management, training and developing conflicts staff, and navigating Outside Counsel Guidelines.
When it came time to migrate its business acceptance software to the cloud, Baker Botts turned to InOutsource to execute. Read the complete case study about he firm’s Intapp OnePlace for Risk implementation.
In this interview with Eric Mosca, we talk about it from the consultancy’s point of view. He suggests three best practices that will dramatically increase project chances of success.
Even as firms embrace advanced conflicts software, they have been much slower to adapt their staffing approach and processes to a more centralized conflicts clearance model, exposing them to unnecessary risks and inefficiencies. There are many reasons for this organizational stasis, including challenges in making the business case to lawyers who may be reluctant to change the way the firm clears conflicts.
How does a commitment to internal education help protect a law firm from risk? Read Eric Mosca’s recent article “Don’t Overlook Training for Conflicts of Interest” in Law Practice Today to find out.
by Zachary Beauchemin and Alisha DiGiandomenico Though traditionally considered laggards when adopting new technology, law firms have recently started to explore new tricks to fortify
by Max Welsh (Senior Risk Consultant) Don’t miss the most recent article from Senior Risk Consultant at InOutsource, Max Welsh: “Lawyers Should Negotiate Outside Counsel Guidelines”
Originally published in Law Practice Today, this article explores the how law firm data integrity and integration issues impact new business intake and conflicts management
While law firms often welcome lateral moves due to the influx of experienced talent and new clients, these moves create challenges and considerations for law
New Business Intake is critical to firm business performance because it directly impacts profitability. It’s the moment when firms identify and resolve possible conflicts of