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Lex Connect Curated Reading List July 21, 2016

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

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

Sit back, relax and enjoy your 30 minutes power reading!
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Brexit and Patents - What it Means for IP?

Nearly two weeks on from the historic referendum result in the UK on Brexit, I sit here and wonder what effect this will have on the Patent world. On the morning train to Zurich, I hear three conversations ongoing in one carriage about Brexit, it truly is the topic of conversation across Europe. The most googled question on Friday after the vote was ‘what is the EU’. I equally find this rather ironic after the final results were counted. 


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The In-House Career Ladder Stepping Stool

The career ladder is a trusted cornerstone of any corporation. Employees are rewarded for their hard work with small and steady promotions. There is typically a clearly defined process to climb to the next rung, and plenty of room to accommodate more than one person on a rung at a time.


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Innovation and Efficiency Help GCs Deliver More for Less, Says Ashurst

Ashurst’s study of global GCs across multiple sectors and four continents lays out a scenario that should be familiar enough to anyone with their eye on the sector – the role of the in-house legal teams is rapidly expanding, but the resources available to them are not. 


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Using Metrics to Measure Law Department Performance Checklist

To measure the outcome of these efficiency efforts, many law departments use metrics to objectively quantify, analyze, and report on their improvements in performance over time. Measuring the right metrics can provide in-house counsel with compelling evidence that law departments add demonstrable value to their companies.


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Exercising Attorney-Client Privilege Over In-House Counsel Communications

Recommendations for law firms and their attorneys to protect attorney-client privilege for communications with in-house counsel.


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Global eDiscovery Software Market to Grow at a CAGR of 17.36% During Forecast 2016-2020

EDiscovery is defined as the process of identifying, collecting, processing, and preserving electronically stored information. This enables organizations to present data in the form of text, images, animations, e-mails, databases, audio files, websites, spreadsheets, and computer programs as evidence in criminal and civil cases to make proper decisions. 


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Brexit Means Opportunity for the Legal Industry in the Short Run

Chris Dale of the UK-based eDisclosure Information Project says the political and economic impact of the Brexit- a referendum pushing the UK to leave the European Union- will be disastrous. “Those who initiated this process have no clue and had no plan about what to do now because I don’t believe they ever expected to win,” says Dale. “Turmoil is a good word for what’s about to happen.”


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The Evolving Post-Discovery Litigation Business (Perspective)

With the emergence of scalable cloud technology designed specifically for the post-discovery litigation process, we’re beginning to see dramatic developments in the modernization of courtrooms, law firms and legal departments around the world. Courtrooms in the UK and Singapore have shown that existing tools can be deployed to conduct trials with little or no paper and provide opposing parties, attorneys, judges and witnesses with secure, electronic access to all relevant materials for the life of a case.


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