Sourcing services

Sourcing services guidance:

Having selected a law firm to undertake a piece of work, the next step is to agree the terms. Failure to ensure that expectations are clear may lead to serious...

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Many headlines in the legal press revolve around panel processes—which organisations are about to run them, who may win, who has won and who has lost. A difficulty with...

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CompanyAboutServices AG Integrate (Addleshaw Goddard)Flexible, on-demand, temporary legal resourcing using freelance lawyers.• legal resource to cover all client needs,...

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You are likely to find the services you need fall into these categories: • transaction-based services, ie those that are provided for a specific transactional outcome...

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Define the role of the in-house team No team can be (or should even try to be) a full service in-house legal function. There will always be work that is outsourced and...

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Assessing overall business needs Planning and allocating in-house legal resource needs to include considering the organisation's strategy and business plans. It is useful...

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Traditionally, the only sources of legal services are the in-house lawyer and external law firms. Even when sticking to the traditional model, the in-house lawyer will...

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There are now alternatives to law firms and interesting variations on a law firm theme: • the legal process outsourcing market has not developed dramatically and for many...

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If you have been tasked with preparing a business case, you should already be aware of the purpose of the business case, why it is you are preparing it and what you are...

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