ANALYSIS: How Evaluating Legal Tech Boosts In-House Efficiency
In-house legal departments have improved the use of metrics to measure the worth of their legal technology. But when efficiency is at the top of legal departments’ goals, using a formal process to evaluate legal tech tools can give corporate lawyers an edge that mere metrics can’t.
ANALYSIS: Experts’ Tips for Best, Worst Layoff Practices
Given the prevalence and impact of layoffs over the past few months, Bloomberg Law invited two employment law experts to discuss best practices and common pitfalls for employers as they consider, plan, and conduct employee layoffs.
ANALYSIS: Innovative Law Schools Embrace Experiential Learning
Which law schools are preparing students for the real-world tasks they’ll face as attorneys? Bloomberg Law’s Law School Innovation Program is recognizing groundbreaking innovations in six categories: justice, business, experience, pedagogy, student development, and technology. This article highlights those that earned top scores in the “experience” category.
ANALYSIS: Green Product Claims Face Growing Consumer Scrutiny
Fraudulent sustainable product claims have increased steadily over the last five years, which may deter the nearly 80% of millennials willing to pay more for these products. But one development may prevent sustainability claims from losing their efficacy: the FTC’s updates to its Green Guides.
ANALYSIS: In Discovery, Hands Off My Third-Party Device
As the discovery of electronically stored information becomes more prevalent, there’s a greater need to balance a litigant’s discovery rights with the privacy rights of third parties, particularly when it involves the personal devices of the third-party’s employees.
ANALYSIS: How Often Does RWI Appear in M&A Agreements?
The number of publicly filed M&A agreements referencing RWI dropped 51% from 2021 to 2022, but this isn’t necessarily a cause for concern.
ANALYSIS: Innovative Law Schools Answer Call for Business Skills
Which law schools are answering the call to teach business skills? Bloomberg Law’s Law School Innovation Program is recognizing groundbreaking innovations in six categories: justice, business, experience, pedagogy, student development, and technology. This article highlighting the six law school programs that earned top scores in the “business” category.