Oct 01, 2016 ACC DocketVolume 34
, Number 8
, Page 45-52
By Jim Michalowicz and Joy Saphla
By tapping into useful advancements in data analytics, general counsel can determine powerful metrics that better protect corporate revenue. While many law departments see data analytics as a tool to control costs, they are also effective avenues to push productivity. Through the discussion of contract management, litigation, and intellectual property, this article urges general counsel to start thinking like a business unit and adapt new cutting-edge technological strategies.
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