If you’ve visited this blog at all regularly over the past couple of months, you’ll have noticed not one, not two, but three blog posts that mention John F. Coyle, professor at the University of North Carolina School of Law. That’s because of two law-review articles John wrote, on governing-law provisions and jurisdiction provisions. I […]
Go here for my podcast with Alex Hamilton, CEO and founder of Radiant Law, the UK-based award-winning “NewLaw” firm that focuses on improving the contracting process for clients. As the blurb says: “Ken has long sought Alex’s advice on what’s wrong with contracts and how to fix it; this podcast is more of the same, […]
Go here for my podcast with Casey Flaherty, director of legal project management at Baker McKenzie. As the blurb says: Ken and Casey have a freewheeling conversation about what’s involved in getting lawyers to do stuff differently. (Well, Casey does the freewheeling part, with his usual aplomb.) For some background reading, see this 2018 blog […]
Go here for my podcast with Sarah Carlin, Director of Recruiting at Hire Counsel, a national leader in legal staffing. Like the blurb says: Ken and Sarah discuss how Hire Counsel helps companies with their contracts process, and what the work of a contract manager consists of on a daily basis. They discuss the backgrounds […]
Go here for my third “City of Contracts” podcast, with Dave Hoffman, professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. For my second podcast, with Preston Clark, co-founder of LawInsider, a wildly popular contracts research database, go here. For my first podcast, a conversation with Michael Woronoff of Proskauer, go here.
Go here for the second in my “City of Contracts” podcasts, with Preston Clark, co-founder of LawInsider, a wildly popular contracts research database. For my first podcast, a conversation with Michael Woronoff of Proskauer, go here.
Yes, folks, I’m gently easing into the podcast world, thanks to logistical support from LegalSifter. The first episode is available here. It consists of my conversation with Michael Woronoff of Proskauer. Check it out. The podcast is called City of Contracts, a name that I hope conjures the many different constituencies involved in contracts. I […]