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Lex Connect Curated Reading List January 31, 2017

 

     
       
     
 
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With the overwhelming volume of content available online, it is easy to
overlook quality articles containing the valuable information you need.

Fear not, we have curated the best legal operations and technology
articles currently available for your convenience.

Sit back, relax and enjoy your 30 minutes of power reading!
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Where is Intellectual Property at Davos?

This year’s agenda is another impressive one that focuses on “Responsive and Responsible Leadership.” This calls for a recognition of areas of the global economy that are not experiencing growth and economic progress and for action to help remedy this lack of progress. Participants in Davos are expected to call for leadership and inclusiveness to help all people embrace change and evolve the state of the world, together.


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What Corporate Counsel Need to know for the Coming Year

Our 2017 Litigation Forecast takes a deep dive into the important issues, trends, and likely litigation challenges that businesses may face in 2017. It provides concise, forward-looking perspectives on developments affecting a wide range of companies in nine areas of law: antitrust, class actions, environmental, government contracts, intellectual property, labor and employment, product liability, recovery, and white collar.


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Five Tips To Avoid Mistakes In Electronic Document Review

I have seen hundreds of mistakes over the years, especially in the last decade when my work as a lawyer has been limited to electronic discovery. Many of these blunders were made by “the other side.” Some were funny and made me smile, others were not and led to motions of all kinds. 


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A Blueprint for Legal Department Budgeting and Forecasting - Part 2 Best Practices

When thinking about implementing a budget process, it’s very important to take the unique needs and objectives of your department and organization into consideration and align your process with those objectives.


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Succession Planning for In-House Legal Departments

I want to discuss a topic of growing importance to in-house legal departments around the globe: succession planning.  It’s no secret that the population is getting older and the “Baby Boom” generation is starting to retire.  While a number of companies are working hard to put formal succession plans into place, there are many that are behind the curve.


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Cookie consent – This time it's for real

Compared to the GDPR, the proposed e-Privacy Regulation is an exercise in minimalism. With just 29 articles, it is somewhat dwarfed by the immensity of the forthcoming general EU data privacy framework. Yet its effect may be even greater than that of the GDPR itself. In some respects – such as being a pan-European regulation and the amount of the potential fines – it is as far reaching as its bigger sister. But it is the introduction of compulsory consent for many data gathering activities that will eventually make the new e-Privacy Regulation punch well above its weight.


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Guest post: Rolls Royce Service – risk, compliance, and ethics - where were the lawyers?

Readers of Lawyer Watch will be familiar with my posts on the tensions inherent in a lawyers' duties to their clients and their duties to uphold the rule of law and the proper administration of justice.


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You’re Not Selling What They’re Buying

Many corporate legal departments believe law firms are out of sync with their needs, especially their budgetary needs. This article is a great message to firms and details the kinds of alternative service providers that corporates are turning to more and more. 


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