May 26, 2010
Last week (May 18th to 20th) Red Bridge Strategy conducted the 2010 Global Legal Process Management Boot Camp in Mumbai & Delhi, India. Participants received not only a comprehensive overview of the industry and some of its key players, but also firsthand experience with the infrastructure and environment in which LPO vendors operate.
Industry vendors Integreon, Pangea3, LawScribe, and UnitedLex provided useful insights into such issues as:
- Ethical Considerations in Legal Outsourcing
- Who are the LPO Employees (& Why is That Important)?
- Legal Project Management & Supervision
- Working with Indian Teams: Differences & Similarities
- Mechanics: The Process of Legal Outsourcing
- Security & Privacy for Legal Outsourcing
In addition, Shrihari Gokhale, President of Fiserv Global Services shared his insights into the differences and similarities when working with Indian, American, and mixed teams, and Matthew Sullivan, leader of Red Bridge Strategy’s Global Legal Process Management Practice, outlined the Red Bridge Strategy methodology for evaluating and implementing global legal processes. Neeraja Kandala, ValueNotes’ lead analyst for the LPO industry, provided a frank assessment of the industry and its future.
According to one participant, the event was “a valuable insight into the industry and its participants, and well worth the trip!”
Thanks to all presenters and participants!
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March 18, 2010
May 18 – 20 in Mumbai & Delhi, India
Red Bridge Strategy, Inc., a management consulting firm focused on cross-border business functions, today announced its 2010 Global Legal Process Management Boot Camp. The Boot Camp will provide a comprehensive overview of the topics that legal executives must consider when evaluating the globalization of legal operations and legal process outsourcing (“LPO”). Seminars and discussions will be led by an all-star team of industry experts from Integreon, Pangea3, Red Bridge Strategy, UnitedLex, ValueNotes, and others. Presentations will include: Read the rest of this entry »
March 10, 2010
During the week of May 17th, Red Bridge Strategy, Inc. will be offering a Global Legal Process Management Boot Camp in Mumbai and Delhi, India. Attendees will learn about the broad topic of global legal process management while highlighting Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO) as one in a set of available tools. Presentations, facilities tours, and personalized discussions will educate and inform general counsels, law firm partners and senior attorneys seeking to get up to speed quickly about the industry, its benefits, and its challenges.
The Boot Camp will provide attendees with firsthand exposure to the operating environment in India including local talent, business practices, culture, and infrastructure while simultaneously explaining local measures that address security, ethics, confidentiality, and other topics.
An all star line-up of industry authorities from Integreon, ValueNotes, Pangea3, UnitedLex, Red Bridge Strategy, Inc., and others will educate attendees.
Look for additional information in the coming weeks.
Red Bridge Strategy, Inc. provides a full suite of process evaluation, LPO vendor evaluation, and transition services to companies interested in legal process outsourcing. Contact Matthew Sullivan for additional information.
November 23, 2009
Within the legal services market, a new model of outsourcing has emerged to supplement the more well-known models that include combinations of onsite, onshore, and offshore. Outsourcers in Israel and New Zealand have positioned themselves between the higher cost, onsite & onshore vendors and the lower cost, offshore vendors. The higher prices that onsite/onshore vendors have been able to command are not so much a function of their geographies, but of their relative skill with the substantive and procedural aspects of the U.S. and U.K. legal systems. This new model reorders these assumptions by providing knowledgeable and experienced western legal resources from individuals who have moved to, or returned to, medium cost locations like Israel and New Zealand. Read the rest of this entry »