The Litigation Operating Model

October 2008
Best's Review;Oct2008, Vol. 109 Issue 6, p99
Trade Publication
The article highlights the litigation operating model which represents a confluence of people, process and technology in litigation management in the U.S. The model requires a finance and project management function to prioritize areas for improvement based on financial opportunity and to implement the initiatives. It outlines the technologies needed to support the work flow process, capture necessary data and present the information.


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