Posts Tagged ‘Learning’

74: Mind-Boggling Data Mining Opportunities with Mike Haven of Gap, Inc.

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Driving In-House Legal Strategic Decision Making The Head of Legal operations at The Gap, Mike Haven is on the cutting edge of legal department management, creating, implementing and developing some of the industries most innovative policies, procedures, and tools.   He came to his role from NetApp where he managed legal operations and litigation across the…

73: AFAs and Law Firm ‘Sales People’? Checking In with Geoff Frost of Bundurant

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Both Offer Advantages for Litigators   Geoff Frost is the Director of Client Development at Bondurant Mixson & Elmore. He’s responsible for directing his firms business and professional development activities including structuring and pricing alternative fee arrangements and managing the firm’s corporate recoveries program. Geoff Frost Bio  Instead of teaching lawyers to sell – educate…

72: Solving Real Law Department Problems with Dan Yi of the DOJ

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Using Design Thinking with Dan Yi Daniel Yi is Senior Counsel for Innovation, at the Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division.  His work helps attorneys explore new approaches to persistent operational and mission-delivery challenges using innovation and creativity.   He also leads an incubator program called Concept Lab where legal professionals use design thinking and lean…

71: Have a Power Niche with Managing Partner, Bruce Stachenfeld

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Strive to be Different … Not Better Bruce Stachenfeld is the Managing Partner of his firm, Duval & Stachenfeld.He’s known for being one of the most ‘connected’ real estate lawyers throughout the worldwide real estate community.  He’s specialized and adapted his area of focus to meet the needs of the market over a 30-year legal career.…

70: Integrity, Partnership… and Coffee with Marriott’s Michael Martinez

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Be Smart About Business Development Michael Martinez on LinkedIn Marriott has a budget for litigation and looks at the cost-benefit of settling versus litigating. They often select cases to litigate that advance the longer-term goals of the company that drive broader principals. Marriott looks for partners when evaluating outside counsel, firms that understand their business…