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Strong Collaboration Between Legal and Risk Management Departments Is Key to Maximizing the Value of Your Company’s Insurance

As outside coverage counsel for corporate policyholders, we see firsthand how corporate risk management and legal departments interact and work together—or don’t. Some risk management and legal departments are in sync. They tackle intersecting insurance and legal issues through a … Continue reading

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By: Stephen A. Rosenbaum STEVE ROSENBAUM, John and Elizabeth Boalt Lecturer, teaches social justice and professional skills courses at Berkeley Law and is a Visiting Researcher Scholar at UC Berkeley’s Haas Institute for a Fair & Inclusive Society. He contributed to … Continue reading

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Collaboration Is Key to Driving Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management Worldwide

In our increasingly digital world, technological innovation not only presents new opportunities, but also raises new risks and challenges that must be addressed by industry, buyers, users, and policymakers. The… Read more detail on Recent Corporate Law Department posts – … Continue reading

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Five Tips for Finding a Killer Collaboration Tool for Your Law Firm

Collaboration with colleagues and clients often means straddling multiple platforms and juggling different tools. You’re likely using some general business collaboration apps for project management, file sharing and team messaging, right along with case or practice management software and practice-specific software for … Continue reading

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Collaboration and Impact in Legal Academia

Whalen, Ryan, Collaboration and Impact in Legal Academia (July 2, 2018). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3206555 – “This paper examines the state of collaborative research posted on LSN subject matter e-journals. It provides quantitative analyses of how collaboration relates to downloads, … Continue reading

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