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David Morley of Allen & Overy, On Running A Global Firm

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Carl von Clausewitz was a Prussian general and military theorist who, while having served in several campaigns and wars—the Rhine Campaigns (1793-1794), the Napoleonic Wars from 1806-1815, the Jena Campaign of 1806, among others— also studied the writings of Immanuel Kant … Continue reading

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Louise Wells of Morris, Manning & Martin, On Running A Firm Like A Business

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Louise Wells of Morris, Manning & Martin, On Running A Firm Like A Business Continue reading

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Patton Boggs And Squire Sanders Formally Agree On Their Merger

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Patton Boggs and Squire Sanders have made it official: Both partnerships have overwhelmingly approved the merger, and the new firm expects to begin operations on June 1st under the name Squire Patton Boggs. “Today marks an important day in the history … Continue reading

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Andrew Smulian of Akerman LLP: “Creating An Ethos Of Collaborative Innovation”

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It is difficult to talk about today’s legal market without describing change. Significant financial pressures, increasingly out-of-touch educational processes, a complete shifting of the industry’s revenue model, and more, serve to blur the path forward for many firms. Taking this … Continue reading

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Clifford Chance’s Managing Partner: “The Worst Experience [Clients] Ever Have Is …”

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In a 2011 survey, McKinsey uncovered what they called the globalization penalty: high-performing global companies consistently scored lower than those more locally focused on several dimensions of organizational health. This manifested in challenges surrounding things like establishing a shared vision, encouraging innovation, executing … Continue reading

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The NCAA’s “Cartel” Activity Has Awakened A Sleeping Giant

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“I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.” Isoroku Yamamoto Adopting Western political, judicial, and military institutions in the late 19th and early 20th century, Japan was able to grow its … Continue reading

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