Thomson Reuters Elite client Bryan Cave modernises technology with 3E upgrade

News Article - 25/05/2016 : 3E, bryan cave, enterprise, financial management technology, practice management, Finance, Technology

Thomson Reuters Elite, part of Thomson Reuters Legal, today announced that leading global law firm Bryan Cave has decided to transition from Enterprise to 3E in order to modernise its practice and financial management technology...

Earth has not anything to show more fair - the London litigation market

Resource - 19/04/2016 : Boies, bryan cave, litigation, London, Schiller & Flexner, Scott + Scott, Human Resources

ARTICLE BY MARK HUSBAND FROM COGENCE SEARCH

TripAdvisor has declared London the ‘number one destination on Earth’ for 2016, beating Paris, New York and Rome for the honour. For international...

Briefing March 2016: Better behaviours

Resource - 11/03/2016 : alternative business structures, artificial intelligence, Blue Car Technologies, bryan cave, clifford chance, cloud, Continuous Improvement, dac beachcroft, imanage, information security, IntApp, Intelligent Office, knowledge management, lean principles, mergers, pinsent masons, process improvement, project management, reed smith, taylor wessing, Human Resources, Knowledge Management, Risk & Compliance, Technology

Better behaviours
 

Could law firms learn some lessons from other industries when it comes to managing their continuous self-improvement?

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Briefing on: Pricing and profitability

Resource - 18/09/2014 : aderant, baker & mckenzie, BD, bryan cave, business development, clifford chance, Dell, General, Herbert Smith Freehills, leighton taylor, lexisnexis enterprise solutions, mishcon de reya, pricing, process, process management, profitability, project management, symantec, thomson reuters elite, Totum, value, Finance, Human Resources, Knowledge Management, Marketing & BD, Risk & Compliance, Technology, Practice Management

Price and prejudice

Pricing is a sensitive topic for many UK firms – how are they responding to client demands? We find out in this issue of Briefing.

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