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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW: Did Einstein Predict Challenges for In-House Counsel?

Louis B. Tran
Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.

—Often attributed to Albert Einstein

In a world where technology permeates our lives, the collection, management, and exploitation of big data is an arms race between corporations seeking to glean every shard of information about their consumers and clients. As applied to the legal field, in the future, some form of data gathering will even be used to track the job performance of an in-house attorney in order to quantify his or her impact on the organization.

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