Getting Work in Order

By Virginia Citrano  |  Posted 06-20-2007 Print Email


Re-Thinking HR: What Every CIO Needs to Know About Tomorrow's Workforce

Updated: Before Foley & Lardner, one of America's top law firms, takes on a new client, it must check for conflicts with existing engagements. That means looking to see not only whether the Milwaukee-based firm already represents a competitor, or someone involved in an action against the prospective client. It has to check all the way up to the parent-company level, across 17 Foley & Lardner offices, as well as the files of some 1,000 attorneys.


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