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Texas General Counsel Forum, April 19, 2017: LPM Update - what is new and how it works. Kevin Bielawski, MBA, PMP Director Legal Project Management & Pricing, Husch Blackwell

The increase in Legal Project Management's usage has been driven by increasing pressure for greater efficiency, cost predictability, robust communication and alignment with business objectives throughout the delivery of legal services. Both law departments, in their efforts to better support the business units in their organization, and law firms, look to the methodologies and disciplines of Legal Project Management (LPM) to achieve their business and legal objectives. Our panel of LPM experts will provide insight into industry trends, practical application to litigation and transactional matters and tips to help start your LPM initiative.