98: 4 Realities of In-House Legal

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With David Pashman of Meetup For LeftFoot episode 98 we interviewed David Pashman, a former big law transaction lawyer turned startup general counsel and educator.  David is currently the Head of Integration following the WeWork / Meetup transaction. Reality #1: Going In-House is a Transition A big part of David’s transition was learning to work effectively…

97: It’s About the Client with Miller Canfield, CEO, Michael McGee

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Service is Personal Our discussion with Michael McGee, starts off with a point we can’t emphasize enough; it’s about the client. A client’s needs come first. Go beyond the legal deliverable and ease the concerns of the client. Get to know your clients, see them in person; get to know their businesses. Listen and continue…

96: Reframe Your Thinking with Aliza Herzberg

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Legal Services Cost Money and that’s OK! We had the pleasure of interviewing Aliza Herzberg on LeftFoot. Aliza started her own employment law firm in 2017 after a successful 24-year career working for others. Aliza’s key to business development success is making sure she understands and meets the business objectives of her clients. She gets…

95: Breaking the Mold with Abdi Shayesteh

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Strategies and Tactics for Today   The CEO and Founder of AltaClaro, Abdi Shayesteh is a corporate, bank regulatory, and finance attorney. He worked for a global law firm – a boutique firm – a powerful central bank – and a groundbreaking fintech company before starting the company he now leads. Abdi Shayesteh Bio A…

94: Delivery Capacity, Data, and Differentiation

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The Business of Law with Mark Cohen of Legal Mosaic and Elevate Legal Services In Episode 94 we talk with Mark Cohen, former civil trial lawyer, big law Partner, national litigation boutique firm founder, and insurance industry outside general counsel. An early mover on Legal Tech and Legal process outsourcing, today Mark is the CEO…