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By Merrell H. Moorhead
Professional Services

The “Big Four” professional services firms are expanding their legal services offerings globally, and making moves in the U.S. as well. What are their greatest strengths? What, if anything, has been over-hyped about their return to legal services? We recently hosted a panel discussion to discuss these questions – and explore the options available to law firms in this new competitive environment.

By ShiftCentral Staff
Professional Services

Luke Ferrandino, Global Director of Marketing and Business Development at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson, outlines how his firm navigates the competitive legal sector.

By Natacha Dugas
Professional Services

ShiftCentral's "Legal Innovation Central" podcast, available on iTunes and Google Play, aims to help law firms and in-house legal teams stay abreast of ongoing, disruptive changes in the legal sector.

By Greg Weston
Market Intelligence

“I think there’s a real role for information professionals to be purveyors of that and to understand that, interpret that and figure out a way to use it. I think that the fear of being replaced by it is ridiculous. I think the future is even more of an embrace of technology and leading the way with it”, says Deborah Schwarz, a former law library director and founder of Library Associates Companies.

By Stéphane Guitard
Health

As healthcare models continue to move toward a patient-centered, value-based approach, it’s vital that healthcare providers are not only equipped to collect patient data, but that they can quickly and securely move it from point A to point B. 

By Paul Kavanaugh
Professional Services

I have worked for many years with legal marketers from the Am Law 200 (and beyond) in my role at ShiftCentral, and from time to time I like to call attention to a particularly powerful, innovative,

By ShiftCentral Staff
Professional Services

ShiftCentral, The Market Intelligence Agency, is launching a new market intelligence service.

By Allison Toogood
Health

Hospitals in the U.S. are continually looking at ways to both reduce costs and improve patient recovery engagement and after-care.