Prosperoware, a leading enterprise software company delivering innovative technology transforming the business of legal and professional services, today announces Lawyer in Residence, Ben Weinberger, will moderate a “Voice of the Client” series of panels of law department leaders who will discuss their expectations from law firm partners as well as how their own internal objectives and processes drive these expectations. The series will be complimentary, live video discussions. “Understanding Client Value from the Client Perspective” will be the first chat to take place on Wednesday, November 15th, at Noon, Eastern.
What clients value has changed. This is an opportunity to gain direct access to law department leaders and engage with them about how firms can convey their value proposition, meet short and long-term business objectives, and hear what differentiating information influences legal department leaders.
Law Firm Pricing, Solutions, and Panel Management Leader, GE (and former Managing Director of Pricing and Project Management at Goodwin), Christopher Ende, Director of Legal Operations, Barings, LLC Lesley Garafola, and Senior Manager – Legal Operations Business Performance, TE Connectivity Jim Michalowicz will participate in “Understanding Client Value from the Client Perspective” with Ben moderating. Topics to address include:
• What do clients expect for business-oriented communication and collaboration?
• How are proposals changing, what do clients need, and how can firms differentiate themselves?
• What are firms doing well and where is there room for improvement?
• Should firms be leading fee proposals with something other than hourly fees? If so, what?
• How can firms (and their partners) deliver better value to clients?
To learn more about the panelists and to register, click here.
Prosperoware CEO, Keith Lipman, says, “In a post-disruption market, we are now ready for mature and collaborative solutions to substantively address client value. These are the kinds of discussions that are mutually beneficial to both the legal departments and the firms, and we are pleased to move that dialogue forward and make it available to all of our law firm colleagues.”