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Liquid Legal : Transforming Legal into a Business Savvy, Information Enabled and Performance Driven Industry

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Liquid Legal : Transforming Legal into a Business Savvy, Information Enabled and Performance Driven Industry
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Liquid Legal
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Transforming Legal into a Business Savvy, Information Enabled and Performance Driven Industry
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Liquid Legal : Transforming Legal into a Business Savvy, Information Enabled and Performance Driven Industry
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Liquid Legal : Transforming Legal into a Business Savvy, Information Enabled and Performance Driven Industry
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  • Foreword: Bridging the Gap-The New Legal -- Foreword: Creating Your Path-Building Towards Liquid Legal -- Foreword: Need a Lawyer? Use a Robot Instead! -- A Revolution in the Making -- Responding to the Needs of Our Clients -- The Challenge for Lawyers -- Case Study: Reduced Cycle Times and Increased Compliance -- Case Study: Designing for Users in a Global Economy -- Conclusion -- Preface -- Liquid Legal Acknowledgments -- Contents -- About the Editors -- List of Contributors -- Introduction: R̀̀un Legal as a Business! ́́-- 1 Thesis 1: The Legal Function Will Shift from a Paradigm of Security to One of Opportunity -- 2 Thesis 2: Future Corporate Lawyers Will No Longer Be Primarily Negotiators, Litigators and Administrators-They Will Be Coach... -- 3 Thesis 3: Legal Knowledge and Data-Based Services Will Become a Commodity -- 4 Thesis 4: The Legal of the Future Will Measure Everything It Does -- Masters of Ambiguity: How Legal Can Lead the Business -- 1 Ẁ̀hat? ́́Ẁ̀ho? ́́Ẁ̀hy?:́́ An Introduction to Legal -- 2 Justice, Law, and the Legal System -- 3 Ẁ̀in-Wiń ́Versus Ẁ̀in-Losé:́ The Systemic Predicament of In-House Legal Departments -- 4 Collaboration, Corporate Culture, and the Business of Legal -- 4.1 The Management of Legal -- 4.2 The Operations of Legal -- 4.3 The Human Resources of Legal -- 5 No Conclusion -- References -- Globalization and the Changing Role of General Counsel: Current Trends and Future Scenarios -- 1 Introduction -- 2 General Counsel with Power? A Study of Internalizers and Externalizers -- 3 Why General Counsel Vary in Sourcing Strategies: Fortune 500 Evidence -- 4 Law Firm Perspective: The Global Mandate -- 5 The World Is Not Flat -- 6 Implications for Structuring the Legal Function in Global Corporations -- Liquid Legal Context -- References
  • Legal Advisor-Service Provider-Business Partner: Shifting the Mindset of Corporate Lawyers -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Polycentric: The Contemporary Approach for a Global Strategy -- 3 Technology: A Laptop and a Smartphone Are Not Enough -- 4 Integration: External Services for High Quality Solutions -- 5 Diversity: Many Good Reasons, Profit Is One -- 6 Project Management: A Lawyeŕs Second Hat -- 7 Legal Spending: The Desire for Predictability -- 8 Trust: The Art of Delivering Legal Advice Will Persist -- 9 Thought Leadership: Thinking Ahead to Show the Way -- 10 Conclusion -- Liquid Legal Context -- References -- Shifting Client Expectations of Law Firms: Morphing Law Firms into Managed Services Providers -- 1 Stratifying the Work -- 2 Myth Buster: Managed Services Cańt Work for Legal -- 3 What́s in It for the Client? -- 4 What́s in It for the Law Firm? -- 4.1 Sustainability (Chosen over Short Term Profitability) -- 4.2 Relationship Building -- 4.3 Opportunities for a Broader Service Offering -- 5 Financial Benefits of the Managed Services Model -- 6 The Basic Steps Every Successful Managed Service Engagement Needs to Take -- 6.1 Understand What You Are Outsourcing -- 6.2 Decide What Outcomes You Seek -- 6.3 Select the Right Partner -- 6.4 Plan the Transition -- 6.5 Stay Connected -- 7 In Conclusion -- Liquid Legal Context -- Legal Process Outsourcing: Redefining the Legal Services Delivery Model -- 1 What́s in a Name? -- 2 Technology vs. LPO: Compatible or Opposing Trends? -- 3 Redefining the Law Firm Delivery Model: A Journey of LPO Acceptance -- 4 Corporate Compliance: The Latest Frontier for LPO -- 5 What́s Next for LPO? -- Liquid Legal Context -- LegalTech on the Rise: Technology Changes Legal Work Behaviours, But Does Not Replace Its Profession -- 1 Introduction -- 2 About LegalTech -- 2.1 Definition of LegalTech -- 2.2 Brief History of LegalTech
  • 3 Basics of Machine Intelligence -- 3.1 Definition of AI -- 3.2 Machine Learning -- 3.3 Natural Language Processing -- 4 LegalTech in Practice -- 4.1 E-Discovery/Forensic Investigations -- 4.2 Legal Search -- 4.3 Automated Document Assembly and Analytics -- 4.4 Online Dispute Resolution/Mass Procedures -- 4.5 Standardized Claim Management -- 4.6 Legal Predictive Analytics -- 4.7 Blockchain and Smart Contracts -- 4.8 Automated Legal Reasoning/Decisions Support -- 5 Overview of Current LegalTech Market -- 5.1 E-Discovery/Forensic Investigations -- 5.2 Legal Search -- 5.3 Legal Marketplaces -- 5.4 Automated Document Assembly and Contract Analytics -- 5.5 Case and Practice Management -- 5.6 Standardized Claim Management -- 5.7 Online Dispute Resolution -- 5.8 Automated Legal Reasoning/Decisions support -- 6 LegalTech Changes How Lawyers Work -- Liquid Legal Context -- Key Performance Indicators (KPIs): Run Legal with Business Metrics: Will the Legal of the Future Measure Everything It Does? -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Why Should Legal Departments Assess Their Performance? -- 2.1 K̀̀now Thyself:́́ Self-Diagnosis, Monitoring and Management -- 2.2 Demonstrating and Communicating the Value Generated by the Legal Team -- 2.2.1 Demonstrating the Value -- 2.2.2 Communicating the Value -- 2.3 Improving the Efficiency and Effectiveness of the Legal Department -- 2.4 Aligning Legal and Strategic Objectives -- 3 What Should Legal Departments Measure? -- 3.1 How to Identify Relevant Indicators -- 3.2 Relevant Indicators for Legal Departments to Measure -- 3.2.1 Indicators Measuring the Working Efficiency of Legal Departments -- 3.2.2 Indicators Measuring the Effectiveness of Legal Departmentś Contributions -- 4 How Can Legal Departments Measure Their Performance? -- Liquid Legal Context -- The Legal Entrepreneur: When Do Corporate Lawyers Act Entrepreneurially?
  • 1 Introduction -- 2 Individual Antecedents: The Role of Promotion vs. Prevention Focus Mindsets -- 3 Organizational Antecedents: Insights from Corporate Entrepreneurship and Organizational Culture -- 4 Putting It All Together: A Co-creative Approach to Management -- Liquid Legal Context -- References -- A Rose by Any Other Name Would Smell as Sweet: The New Legal Pro-Occupations in the Construction Sector -- 1 Introduction -- 2 T̀̀he First Thing We Do, Let́s Kill All the Lawyerś,́ Shakespeare (1591), Henry VI Part 2 -- 3 Conclusions -- Liquid Legal Context -- References -- Liquid Legal: Organization 4.0: Using Legal Competency for Building Fluid and Innovation-Driven Structures -- 1 Taylorism: Once a Brilliant Idea -- 1.1 The Future World Is VUCA -- 1.2 Only Change, What You Are Able to Change -- 1.2.1 Theseuś Ship -- The Social Act -- 1.3 Labor Subjectification or How Privacy Enters Organizations -- 1.3.1 Next Practice by a French Hotel Company -- 1.4 Correlation of Task, Relation and Mind Model -- 1.4.1 Subjectification of Work and Meaning for the Collective -- 1.5 How Companies Organize Their Own Transformation -- 2 Conclusion, Liquid Legal Can Only Develop If Theodor Storḿs Statement Is Taken Seriously: À̀uthority as well as trust cań... -- Liquid Legal Context -- References -- List of Websites -- Change Management for Lawyers: What Legal Management Can Learn from Business Management -- 1 Introduction to the Topic -- 2 Change Management Basics -- 3 Can You Assess Whether the Change Will Succeed: Before You Get Started? -- 4 Applying Gleicheŕs Formula in Practice -- 4.1 Vision -- 4.2 Dissatisfaction -- 4.3 First Steps -- 4.4 Resistance -- 4.5 Putting It All on the Scale -- 4.6 Re-Assessment -- 5 Conclusion -- Liquid Legal Context -- The Legal Department: From Business Enabler to Business Creator
  • 1 Develop Internal Conditions for Innovation -- 1.1 The Right Team -- 1.2 Within the Right Organization, with Clear Goals and Priorities -- 1.3 With Powerful Tools and Methodologies -- 2 Be Proactive and Bring Value to Internal and External Clients -- 2.1 Develop Internal and External Communication -- 2.2 Develop Strong Relationships with Internal Clients -- 2.3 External Client Satisfaction -- 2.4 Conclusion -- 3 Evolve from Business Enabler to Business Creator -- 3.1 Contract Compliance and Optimization -- 3.2 Contract Management -- 3.3 Cybersecurity Offering -- 4 Not a Conclusion, But a Step on an On-Going Journey -- Liquid Legal Context -- Legal Tech Will Radically Change the Way SMEs Handle Legal: How SMEs Can Run Legal as Effectively and Professionally as Large ... -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Challenges in the Legal Market -- 3 Big vs. Small Legal Departments or No Legal at All? -- 4 How Can Small Companies R̀̀un Legal as a Businesś?́ Legal Tech! -- 5 Conclusion -- Liquid Legal Context -- References -- The Value of Everything: How to Measure and Deliver Legal Value? -- 1 Costs Are, Currently, Everything -- 1.1 Perception (Versus Reality) -- 1.2 Historical Prejudice -- 1.3 Modernizing the Production Process But -- 1.4 The Great Procurement Experiment -- 1.5 Now Adding the Global Financial Crisis to the Mix -- 2 Value of Everything -- 2.1 Running Legal as a Business -- 2.1.1 Measuring Legal Value -- 3 Conclusion -- Liquid Legal Context -- The Value Add of Legal Departments in Disputes: Making a Business Case Rather Than Providing Pure Legal Advise -- 1 Business Disputes -- 2 The Traditional Role of the Legal Department in Solving Disputes -- 3 Disputes from a Commercial View Point -- 3.1 Maximized Profit -- 3.2 Minimized Risk -- 3.3 Maximizing Profit While Minimizing Risks -- 4 How Legal Departments Turn Disputes into Business Cases
  • 4.1 Dispute Avoidance
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