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The value vector

Law firms are going the extra mile to prove their intrinsic worth to corporate counsel, but are their billing innovations paying off? Vandana Chatlani reports

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The value vector

Law firms are going the extra mile to prove their intrinsic worth to corporate counsel, but are their billing innovations paying off?

IBLJ

Glimpses of the Road Ahead

'State of the Legal Market' survey finds that AI, specialist firms, discerning clients and the paired trends of fragmentation and consolidation are preoccupying the legal community

CBLJ 商法

Hard knocks

How did China’s legal market fare in the locked down year of 2022? Our annual survey, featuring 88 leading law firms, reveals the answers

CBLJ 商法

Power moves

Partners at Chinese and international law firms analyse changes under the new registration-based listing regime as the momentum shifts on going public

IBLJ

Reward for invention

Inventor remuneration laws are needed to increase the number of patents filed in the country, writes Balwant Rawat, the head of IP at Mercedes-Benz Research and Development India

ABLJ

Legal AI’d

Artificial intelligence will inevitably transform legal practice, but it will take time to realise its full potential. Enormous benefits, and dangerous pitfalls, await the tentative legal user. And careful regulation is also required

IBLJ

Eyes on the Middle East

A common vision for growth has helped the India-UAE trade relationship to scale new heights

ABLJ

A greater good

Law firms across Asia are putting profits aside to focus on pro bono work, community engagement, sustainability, and staff welfare

ABLJ

What’s ahead?

We gathered opinions from legal professionals on their hopes and plans for this year, and what they have done to survive the past tumultuous years

CBLJ 商法

On the money

As part of our annual exploration of billing rates, we decided to begin analysing specific sectors for an insight into how fee practices vary

ABLJ

The hit list

Slow turnaround time and overpricing are the biggest turn-offs for in-house counsel in the region when dealing with their law firm counterparts, according to our survey

CBLJ 商法

Crisis innovation

Small wonder that the past couple of years have spawned an exciting amount of tech-related reform in China’s courts and arbitration institutions

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