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When an age of building is an age of negotiating

A tip of the hat to the attorneys who influence our infrastructure

Part of a silent movement sweeping the country, Missouri is the most recent holdout state to finally allow design-build. The construction method is one in which a single firm is tasked with both designing and constructing a project, as opposed to design-bid-build, in which one firm designs a project—say, a road or wastewater treatment facility—and another […]

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With legal spend under the microscope, options emerge

Like many industries, legal services is poised for change. Demand for outside corporate legal services is shrinking as more companies bring work in-house or engage providers other than law firms for certain services. As the general counsel of a $2 billion global industrial manufacturer, I saw an opportunity to help companies and law firms adapt […]

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Corporate attorneys have 320 million new clients

They are the Americans who rely on corporations as much as their country

Of all the people and businesses written about in our recent edition, none are without international ties. An office in another country is the obvious example; past ownership under a consortium of Korean private equity firms one of the more obscure (see the story on Acushnet Holdings). Such international ties are undeniably important. They are […]

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Editor’s note: technology on our minds

Long known for conservatism, attorneys are pushing a new approach

There are many differences between technology and law; high among them is that the former may change almost daily, while the latter is at the convenience of the lawmakers. It’s a hare versus tortoise race, only it’s the hare—the technology—that wins. Such are the opening lines of a story about an aggressive global social media […]

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In Undefined Media, a Note on Vanguard’s Approach

With a blend of new and old models, we seek the truth

Richard Edelman, CEO and president of the world’s largest private PR firm, Edelman, issued a letter in mid-November (2016) that resonated with Vanguard staff. Referencing a Buzzfeed story, he noted that false election articles posted on Facebook vastly outperformed real news articles by prominent news organizations (such as The New York Times and The Washington […]

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I was honored to be the subject of an article. I enjoy reading Vanguard articles and seeing how other attorneys got to their positions and see their jobs. It's also interesting to see how different law firms partner with the subjects of the articles.
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