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Ten years ago, an economic crisis hit law firms sharply enough to compel a new pace of firmwide change and innovation. The new health and economic crisis of 2020 may have the same effect on the coming decade, making overhead and operational cost structures a…

Legal subscriptions and databases are a Big Expense in Big Law, and now that many firms have reduced their workforce and were forced to move current staff and lawyers to home offices, clients have been requesting our guidance to help them delay payments and review…

Most spending on Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) will be on a short timeframe – typically one month rolling contracts or annual contracts. By paying close attention to this spending you can immediately preserve cashflow in the short and medium term, which is vital to keeping your business…

There has been a surge in demand for office supplies as newly remote workers set up their home offices. However, not all companies are paying or offering to pay for remote office products. Today’s most pressing office product question: Who pays for home office expenses…

UPS and FedEx have both announced suspensions and surcharges due to COVID-19. Surcharges have been implemented on shipments originating in China and Hong Kong and destined for the US, the Americas and Europe. These surcharges will have a significant cost impact on manufacturers and businesses…

We’re witnessing rapid changes across the legal information and legal technology vendor landscape. To keep firms ahead of the curve and help them understand their options, we expect to be sharing periodic updates.

Kaleidoscope is the creation of the key developers of 10-K Wizard, once acknowledged as the “gold standard” in SEC research tools. Through Kaleidoscope’s prism researchers slice through the roiling sea of business and industry news, stock data, social media, blogs and authoritative international financial filings…

Research professionals across law firms and corporations have seen both the expansion and consolidation of electronic information resources (EIR) in recent years. As new technologies are developed, they are often acquired by the large industry players: Bloomberg, LexisNexis and Thomson Reuters. The landscape changes quickly, and…