Tag Archives: Data

Law Firm Leaders: Time to Address Data Poverty

This is just a guess, but I suspect that most of us didn’t get into the legal industry because we love data, right? If we loved data, we’d be elsewhere. But…bad news. Data is one of those things that we have to start embracing as the industry changes in order to stay relevant. It sounds … Continue Reading

“Metrics” is Not a Dirty Word

You’ve probably heard a lot of chatter about “big data,” “data,” “metrics,” and other buzzwords, which can sound like a lot of fancy talk about things you can’t be bothered with (Spoiler alert: in general, it’s not). While I’m not going to get into a big discussion about data and all the ways you can use it, I … Continue Reading

Week of April 2, 2012 on ILNToday – A Roundup

When did it become April already? This year is going by so quickly – the first quarter is already over! Our attorneys have once again been producing some excellent content, so without further ado, here is this week’s round up from ILNToday! Massive data breach at credit card processing company: Millions potentially affected from McDonald … Continue Reading

Week of January 30, 2012 on ILN Today – Roundup!

Once again, we’re at the end of another week and here for a content roundup! So without further ado… PETERKA & PARTNERS Newsletter: Our colleagues in the Czech Republic bring us the latest news on the amendments to the Commercial and Labor Code, to the Act on Transformation of Companies and Cooperatives, to the Code … Continue Reading
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