Posts Tagged ‘LPO’

101: Becoming Sought-After with Kirkland’s Dale Cendali

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Expertise and Reputation A lawyer labeled as ‘commercial’ is a good thing. Commercial lawyers are interested in quickly and cheaply resolving the client’s business problems as emphasized in a recent interview with Kirkland Partner, Dale Cendali.  Dale leads her firm’s Copyright, Trademark, Internet and Advertising practice group. It’s the age of competition and expertise. Even with the…

100: Operationalizing Legal Advice with Katie DeBord of Bryan Cave

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  Think Dynamically About Your Clients In the 100th episode of LeftFoot our guest Katie DeBord, Chief Innovation Officer at Bryan Cave highlights the substantive changes taking place in today’s legal environment and how it’s changing the lawyer-client relationship at every level.   That the firms, practices, lawyers and legal service providers who are doing things…

99: You Can’t Win if You Don’t Play with John de Forte

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Legal Tender Strategy Our guest on podcast episode 99, John de Forte has been advising law firms and other professional services organizations around proposals for over 30 years. He authored ‘Winning Proposals the Essential Guide for Law Firms and Legal Service Providers’ in 2017. Legal Purchasing We begin our conversation talking about the growth and influence…

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…