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Nimble Legal Trends - 25 September 2018

Midlevel Associates Are Content but Curious About Their Futures | The American Lawyer

Midlevel Associates Are Content but Curious About Their Futures | The American Lawyer

Our annual Midlevel Associates Survey shows most are pleased with their firms but they're eager for a peek behind the curtain.

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Thinking About Moving In-House? Everything You Need To Know About General Counsel Compensa

Thinking About Moving In-House? Everything You Need To Know About General Counsel Compensa

The compensation model for General Counsel is akin to a supermassive black hole between a slew of stock options, bonuses, base salaries, non-equity incentive compensation and more.

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Changes to Law Firm Business Model Could Spur Innovation

Changes to Law Firm Business Model Could Spur Innovation

The law firm business model may be the biggest obstacle to rapid adoption of technology like artificial intelligence and other processes that can help automate tasks, a speaker […]

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How a Teenager Can Hack Your Law Firm | Legaltech News

How a Teenager Can Hack Your Law Firm | Legaltech News

At an ILTACON session a 15-year-old ethical hacker showed just how easy it is to target law firms and attorneys in today’s cybersecurity world.

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Exclusive: Axiom’s record UK financial results reveal contracts “gold mine”

Exclusive: Axiom’s record UK financial results reveal contracts “gold mine”

Axiom’s UK revenue is closing in on the £50m mark, The Lawyer can exclusively reveal, with the alternative legal services provider’s (ALSP) global fee income now totalling $360m (£280m).

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Fitzpatrick and Venable to Merge, Combine IP Forces

Fitzpatrick and Venable to Merge, Combine IP Forces

Venable to have 175 intellectual property lawyers after adding Fitzpatrick, Cella, Harper & Scinto Merger expected to close Nov. 1 Intellectual property boutique law firm Fitzpatrick, Cella, Harper […

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Our CEO Is an Accused Harasser. Now What? | Corporate Counsel

Our CEO Is an Accused Harasser. Now What? | Corporate Counsel

An accused CEO should stand in the same shoes as any other employee in this regard—the difference is the involvement of the board perhaps a heightened degree of confidentiality and the organization’s

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Stressed-Out Lawyers In First 10 Years Of Practice More Likely To Have Mental-Health And W

Stressed-Out Lawyers In First 10 Years Of Practice More Likely To Have Mental-Health And W

The struggle is real for members of the legal profession.

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