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Diversity & Inclusion in Japan's Legal Industry

As one of Japan’s Big Four law firms, Anderson Mori & Tomotsune has made it its mission to improve diversity and inclusion, or D&I, across the firm and Japan’s legal industry. ALB talks to Mari Itoh, a partner at AMT and a founding member of the firm’s D&I committee, about AMT’s D&I initiatives, goals, and challenges.

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EXPLAINER: Disney-Reliance Media Mega-Merger Faces Antitrust Scrutiny

by Nimitt Dixit |

The proposed stock and cash media and entertainment mega-merger between Disney’s India business and Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance’s media unit Viacom18 is now in its final stages, with antitrust due diligence reportedly underway.

FORUM: Listen to the Client

by Nimitt Dixit |

A Thomson Reuters Market Insights research report has revealed that law firms conducting formal client feedback programs can earn nearly twice the share of a client’s external legal spend compared to those not engaging in feedback. Client feedback…

Time Is Money

by Nimitt Dixit |

For decades, timesheets have been the bane of junior lawyers, as law firms almost uniformly use them to track productivity. But recent moves are seeking to make them less burdensome – as well as incentivise lawyers to complete them. 

Law in the Time of Robots

by Nimitt Dixit |

Even as generative AI sweeps the globe, Indian law firms have been slow to embrace it. Those that have done, though, are encountering lower costs and shorter turnaround times. But as with any new technology, it’s critical that firms move carefully.