Relational Contracting: Overcoming the Paradox

It’s not too late to escape the contracting paradox! Click To Tweet Wait! What is that you ask? The latest white paper from the University of Tennessee, the International Association for Contract and Commercial Management (IACCM) and Lindahl Law Firm explains why relational contracting is necessary to get past this paradox. What exactly is the […]

Outsource Magazine — July 2014

Some Questions and Answers about Relational Contracting Article by David Frydlinger in Outsource Magazine, published online 15 July 2014. For quite some time now, there has been much talk about the need for a more collaborative approach in outsourcing. In this context, the concept of relational or collaborative contracting often appears… Here’s the link: http://outsourcemagazine.co.uk/some-questions-and-answers-about-relational-contracting/   […]

Paying for Performance in the Legal Profession

About one year ago I wrote about a common problem in the legal profession—overbilling—as a prime example of the Activity Trap. It was a frightening example of “billable hours” gone bad and becoming a perverse incentive at a major law firm. So I was really pleased to read an article in the ABA Journal about […]

Lindahl Joins Vested as a Center of Excellence

Please join me in welcoming our first international Vested Center of Excellence – Lindahl Law Firm in Sweden! It is not only exciting because Lindahl is our first international CoE that is skilled in providing Vested coaching, consulting and legal advice to companies wanting to implement Vested, but it is also the first law firm […]