Law Practice Magazine
THE INTERNATIONAL ISSUE
The list of questions is long when a firm contemplates expanding internationally. Here are some answers to help your firm successfully cultivate the global market.
American client development techniques do not necessarily translate well across cultural divides. Here are some key pointers to hone your rainmaking skills for a foreign market.
Today’s technology offers tools that make it remarkably simple to collaborate across geographic gaps. Plus: The Human Side of High Tech.
Feeling the economic crunch, a firm decides to pursue international work as a way to diversify. Joseph Altonji, Ward Bower, Michael Simmons, Greg Siskind and Lisa Smith offer advice on expanding abroad.
Here’s a checklist to help you evaluate whether a cross-border law firm network will meet your firm’s needs.
The largest firms are setting up shop in India, the Philippines and elsewhere or sending higher and higher levels of legal work to outsourcing companies overseas. Whether you want to get in the game or not, understanding how the game is played will help you navigate in the times ahead.
Outsourcing helps the commercial law boutique Zeichner Ellman & Krause compete in the megafirm arena. Partner Yoav Griver shares his firm’s strategy.
Do you feel the need for speed? A review of a different kind of speed-reading product.
The authors venture to London to get a taste of how electronic evidence and discovery issues differ overseas.
For those who are intrigued by the tablet concept, here are reasons you should consider the switch.
Strategies to help firms overcome the challenge of creating cohesion among far-flung offices.
Lawyers fall prey to scams, too. Avoid these missteps in working with the unknown.
Becoming a go-to expert in your niche area.
One Marketing Director's journey through the best-of lists advertising maze.