The ACC Guide to Value-Based Fees provides a step-by-step approach to help those new to the process get started and to help those who are veterans of the process consider whether there may be opportunities to improve what they already do. The checklists, flow-charts and tables are designed to help in assessing a particular matter to determine which value-based fee constructs would fit best, as well how to best implement and carry out those terms.
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This is a presentation outline for the session.
This sample memorandum represents outside counsel memorializing certain actions taken by a client party in meeting any continuing preservation obligations it has under three legal holds, as well as documenting a new matter that potentially gives rise to further preservation obligations.
Results can be multiplied when you put together any combination of in-sourcing, unbundling, alternative legal service providers, process improvement, value-based fees and technology.
This sample addresses how when conducting internal investigations the steps that should be taken to ensure the investigation is properly concluded and that the investigation file is in order.
Corporate crises, by their very nature, can severely disrupt a company and jeopardize its future.
This ACC guide (InfoPAK) provides a comprehensive overview of Canadian labour and employment laws. It discusses the minimum statutory rights and standards regarding the hiring, employment, and termination of employees, and union organizing and labour relations.
A list of ACC legal resources related to each session presented at the Risk Management Track of the Mini MBA Business Education course held at Boston University.
In addition to the professional requirements, and the risks of sanctions or adverse decisions, corporate counsel must avoid the high costs of excessive collection and processing by outside vendors -- and the resulting increases in review costs as well.