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Bigger. Better. Both?

  • 30 January, 2014

    Bigger or better? Which comes first?

    . Law. Mergers & Acquisitions. Strategy

    In a very competitive legal market two related key questions most firms face are ‘Bigger or better?’ and ‘Which comes first?’. Clients, opportunity, temptation and ego all play a role in driving a firm’s decision-making when it comes to the answers. A firm’s partners should be very clear about their answer to the question: ‘Bigger […]

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  • 28 January, 2014

    How relevant are NewLaw firms in Asia?

    . Asia. Law. Strategy

    It’s timely to ask how relevant the NewLaw business model is in Asia. To date the emergence and proliferation of NewLaw firms have been largely confined to developed economies. Will the trend come to Asia? Or is the better question when will the NewLaw trend come to Asia?

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  • 28 January, 2014

    What lawyers learn from clowns: Blue Ocean strategy

    . Law. LPO. Strategy

    What do Cirque du Soleil and NewLaw have in common? They are both a demonstration of value innovation and both swim in a Blue Ocean.

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  • 1 January, 2014

    BigLaw at sea. Red Ocean or Blue Ocean?

    . Law. Strategy

    In preparing for a keynote address this week I was reminded of the iconoclastic work on Blue Ocean Strategy from a decade ago. It was written before the current revolution in law firm business structures – but provides a prescient insight into what is happening.

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