ACI - Reducing Legal Costs Conference
March 25 - 26, 2010
Alternative fee arrangements, convergence trends, qualitative approaches to selecting, retaining & managing outside counsel, and other strategies for minimizing in-house legal department costs and financial risk without compromising work product or quality.
You know the accelerating cost pressures, which are only exacerbated by the recession. This pressure will only continue to mount. The answer is ACI’s 4th National Forum on Reducing Legal Costs at The Adolphus in Dallas, which has been uniquely tailored to provide in-house counsel and legal sourcing managers, as well as private practice attorneys and law firm marketing/business development specialists poised to work with their clients to reduce legal costs, with the knowledge they need to successfully employ cost-reducing procedures both internally and externally.
This essential cross-industry benchmarking forum gathers together more than 30 senior corporate counsel and legal sourcing managers responsible for cost-reduction success stories, as well as leaders from law firms who are pioneers in the alternative fee world, to guide those in attendance on the complexities of keeping legal department costs in check. Now in its third installment, this event also offers unique networking opportunities with senior practitioners in the field, including in-house counsel across a wide spectrum of companies and industries.
Robert Lipstein is one of the speakers at this conference. The topic is "The View from Outside Counsel: Law Firm CEOs and Managing & Founding Partners Speak Out on How to Control Costs, Increase Value, and Improve Satisfaction for Clients."
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