Bruce MacEwen, president of Adam Smith, Esq., a management consulting firm that advises the global legal industry on strategic and economic business issues, has been invited by LexisNexis Redwood Analytics, a leading brand of business intelligence software and services for the professional services industry, to keynote the 2010 Redwood User Conference Sept. 27-29, 2010 in Denver.
Tying in to the legal sector's continued economic challenges to improve business development along with tapping the pulse of the legal sector at large, Bruce plans to address law firms' need to be strategically aligned internally to meet and beat profitability goals in 2010 and beyond.
"Attendees at the Redwood User Conference are certain to garner key takeaways from Bruce MacEwen who brings a highly regarded global perspective on law firms' approach to current market challenges," said Greg Haskins, LexisNexis Redwood Analytics product champion. "Our lineup of knowledgeable and qualified presenters, with Bruce in the keynote position, is one of our strongest in the last seven years of our user conference."
The Redwood User Conference, now in its 7th year, is a destination to gain insight on a variety of legal-oriented topics, examine industry challenges with peer-to-peer networking, and share knowledge about leading business intelligence technology and services for the legal industry.
"Even when we emerge from the worldwide recession, it's clear that there will be no return to 'business as usual' for global law firms: They face permanent changes in the way they will need to structure everything from fee arrangements to how they staff individual client projects," said Bruce MacEwen, founder of Adam Smith, Esq. "Firms that want to be in the vanguard of adapting to this new reality will need to fundamentally reassess their management techniques and create new measures of success."
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