Part I – Conflict Checking
LPO firms should ensure that they have a complete conflict checking system in place for their work.
Part II – Protecting Client Confidentiality
Keeping the data and security of your client safe is a major concern for LPO firms.
When handling a case, LPO firms must adhere to a strict compliance of conflict checks to prevent a conflict of interest.
Attorney Christopher Crawford explains how a blended onshore-offshore model creates an efficient LPO system.
LPO firms assist law practices and corporate counsel when they are short-staffed and low on money.
Responsibilities and obligations of the client and LPO firm should be stated clearly in a formal contract.
Complex and fact-driven one-off cases, and subject matter counsel is unfamiliar with, should not be outsourced.