This power-packed webinar explores how inside counsel weighs objective vs. subjective criteria, and what criteria makes one lawyer/firm stand out from the competition, including:
- What inside counsel is really looking at when evaluating a lawyer’s relevant experience
- Why more and more GCs are consolidating law firm panels (and what to do if you are not a chosen firm)
- What inside counsel does and does not want to see when firms answer an RFP
- Why GCs are focusing more on specific lawyers rather than firms
- Why customized/alternative fees still matter (a lot!)
Plus, you’ll get an insider view of how GCs choose firms.
- Steps in-house usually takes before retaining outside counsel
- How GCs define value (it may not be what you think)
- Insight into how GCs decide whether a firm fits the client’s strategic plan
- Bandwidth issues and back up- how being too busy can trip up a firm
- Transparency and predictability- how much is enough
- Two keys to the relationship kingdom- continuity and innovation
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Director, Corporate Counsel Segment, Thomson Reuters
Bernadette M. Bulacan is director, Corporate Counsel Segment at Thomson Reuters. Drawing from her experiences as a former assistant general counsel and law firm partner, Ms. Bulacan is a frequent speaker and author regarding the use of technology in corporate legal departments, collaboration between in-house and outside counsel, and best practices related to legal project management and analytics. Ms. Bulacan leads the Market Development Group at Thomson Reuters, which is charged with identifying trends and innovations affecting corporate legal department and strengthening the bonds between Thomson Reuters and the corporate counsel community.
Group General Counsel, Abercrombie & Kent
Mr. Ellis is responsible for the legal, risk, compliance and regulatory matters for the global business which encompasses 50 offices across all continents. In his role Mr Ellis works closely with outside counsel across the globe and has a wealth of experience in analysing and appointing new counsel in the jurisdictions where A&K operates including the USA, Latin America, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe. Prior to joining A&K Mr Ellis was acting General Counsel of the offshore law firm Appleby and was based in the British Virgin Islands.
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