Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Upcoming Webinar: New Business Intake & Conflicts (Making the Business Case to Invest)

Intapp is hosting a webinar featuring three law firm case studies: New Business Intake & Conflicts (Making the Business Case to Invest).
  • Date: Thursday, March 19th
  • Time: 9 am PST / 12 pm EST
  • Registration: Limited to select firms and partners. Please email Lea Schweitzer for more information.

Session Details

Improving business acceptance can deliver significant value to law firms – including better financial performance, improved client service, reduced risk, and increased lawyer satisfaction.
But, while the benefits are substantial, getting key stakeholders to agree to investing in change is not always easy. In this session, speakers from three Intapp Open clients will discuss how they successfully made the case within their firms, covering topics including:
  • Why their firms decided to make the investment in enhancing New Business Acceptance
  • Why treating intake and conflicts in an integrated manner made sense for them
  • Strategies and approaches they took to make the business case internally and secure buy-in
  • The impact on lawyer efficiency and return on their investment in Intapp Open
This session features from Procopio, Lewis Roca Rothgerber and Miles and Stockbridge, who will discuss the various business drivers, roadblocks and eventual paths to success they navigated at their firms:

Pat Archbold, head of Intapp’s risk practice group, will moderate the session, which will focus on these case studies and include time for audience Q&A. He also will provide a brief overview of Intapp Open and discuss how firms are using the software to achieve their strategic  goals including:
  • Evaluating new business in terms of profitability
  • Managing both financial and professional risk
  • Enhancing engagement letter management
  • Streamlining intake & conflicts for faster matter opening

Attendance is limited to select firms and partners. Please email Lea Schweitzer for more information.

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