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GCs Swing Into Action As Cos. Hope To Avoid Virus Outbreaks Parker + Lynch Legal's Jenny Schwope weighs in on the importance of companies taking proactive measures to prevent illnesses from spreading in the workplace.
North American Staffing 100 List by SIA Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), the global advisor on staffing and workforce solutions, has unveiled its ninth annual list of North American staffing leaders, celebrating 100 notable individuals whose impact on the workforce solutions ecosystem elevates the industry and drives its evolution.
Rise of cloud services has credit unions on edge Credit unions have a lot of angst about moving data into the cloud but they may be utilizing this technology more than they realize. Most organizations, particularly financial institutions, are using more cloud services than they realize because many vendors are transmitting data through the cloud.
Credit Union Journal
Law to Fact Podcast Features SCI Author and RecruiterPam Davidson, SCI Director of Legal Recruiting and author of '100 Days to Your Next Job for Law Students and New JDs' discusses her new book on the podcast Law to Fact, hosted by Professor Leslie Tenzer
Law to Fact
Capital One Breach: Whose Liability Is It Anyway? Capital One suffered a breach of data that was stored on Amazon Web Services' infrastructure and stolen by a former AWS employee. But it's far from clear whether Amazon shoulders any liability in the incident.
What Legal Teams Need to Know About RansomwareRansomware (or extortionware) is a type of malicious software that encrypts user-generated files or entire file systems with an unbreakable cipher.
How Millennials are Changing Law Firms, Legal DepartmentsAs attorneys fresh out of law school begin to enter firms and legal departments, they're bringing change with them.
The Legal Industry Enters the Gig Economy Age How firms and legal departments can benefit from temporary, part-time or freelance employees.
Moving In-House? It’s Full Of Surprises, GCs Say While general counsel must provide sound legal advice to a company, they also play a key role outside of the law realm, and some say going in-house was eye-opening because they knew little about the corporate world.
How Law Schools Can Encourage More Exposure to Legal Operations. Law schools would do well to include some basic teaching of database management, knowledge management, data analytics and project management into their curriculum to better prepare future attorneys for the technological and operational side of the business.
How Firms Can Retain Top Talent After the Big Lateral Boom in Texas While some degree of lateral movement is common and unavoidable, many of these steps that firms can take go a long way to minimize attrition and help retain Texas’ top Big Law talent.
American's holding off on retirement SCI Division Director Nicholas Romley comments on changing trends as American's enter retirement
Grand Rapids Business Journal
Changing jobs is part of a lawyer’s career Tiffany Henson, search director at Parker + Lynch Legal, offers insights into interviewing, pay negotiation.
Jax Daily Record
Salaries Are Up And So Are The Non-Traditional Benefits 2019 Salary Guide indicates the key to finding an employer that fits your style may be in the perks.
Above the Law
Firms Turn to Creative Benefits to Attract Legal Talent 2019 Salary Guide features In-house and law firms are increasingly offering creative nontraditional perks
Salary Guide Shows Average In-House Lawyer Gets Paid Less, but Has More Fun Perks In-house lawyers earn less than their firm peers on average but are more likely to receive perks such as paid-for concerts or sabbaticals, according to our survey results.
22 e-Discovery Predictions for 2019 John Rubens, COO of Special Counsel, offers insights into finding talent in a tight labor market.
Where Associate Salaries Soar, Signing Bonuses Fall, New Report Finds Special Counsel report report finds that while associates at law firms received salary increases this year, signing bonuses have seen a decline.
The American Lawyer
Law Firm Associate Signing Bonuses Take a Dive, Recruiter Finds Special Counsel report report finds that while associates at law firms received salary increases this year, signing bonuses have seen a decline.
Big Law Business
Parker + Lynch featured on the 50 by 25 Blog Check out tips for finding success through failure, as featured on 50 by 25.
50 by 25
Relocation Not Required: Trends in working from home Special Counsel's Amanda Ellis Cuban featured in Corporate Counsel Magazine.
Transitioning from Law Firm to In-House Counsel Special Counsel featured on InHouseBlog for providing tips for the transition.
EQ Named A CIO Review Most Promising eDiscovery Solution Provider, from MarketWatch Special Counsel's eQ recognized as a Top 20 vendor in annual list
Safe Harbor 2.0: Critics Slam US, EU ‘Privacy Shield’ Data Transfer Deal's Lack Of Details Special Counsel's Chris Gallagher weighs in on the proposal and its implications
International Business Times
Special Counsel's EQ recognized as a Top 20 vendor in annual list Special Counsel's Chris Gallagher talks end-to-end eDiscovery Solutions with CIO
EQ Becomes a Relativity Premium Hosting Partner Partnership will add kCura's Relativity to Managed Review Platform Offerings
BigLaw Finds New Roles For Older Attys Amid Age-Bias Woes Special Counsel shares insights into changing trends in the legal industry
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