Join Exterro for an upcoming webinar on "New Research Findings: How to Reduce Legal Spend without Sacrificing Quality"
Webcast air date: Tuesday, May 1st, 2018 at 1pm ET / 10am PT
Everyone wants to spend less and do more, especially legal departments which are often viewed by their business counterparts as cost centers. For the second year in a row, the Blickstein Group and Exterro collaborated on a study, 2018 Blickstein Group/Exterro Study of Effective Legal Spend Management, to give legal professionals insight on legal spend strategies that actually work and help minimize legal spend.
In this upcoming webcast, our panel of in-house legal experts will discuss results from this legal spend study and provide specific insights into the spend management techniques employed at leading law departments, giving you new ideas to reduce legal spend at your organization without sacrificing quality.
Register for this webcast and learn:
The most popular methods for tracking legal spend
The biggest impediments to predicting legal spend
The most effective methods of controlling spend on law firms, e-discovery and service providers
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