Robert D. Brownstone, Law & Technology Director at Fenwick & West, was featured in September's Law Practice Magazine article on law firm differentiation during business development entitled, "Seeking Out New Markets: Tapping Into Client Trends for New Business and Bigger Profits."
The article specifically profiled Brownstone's electronic discovery practice, which flourished in the wake of the 2003 Zubulake opinions that established the federal rules for e-discovery.
Firm founder Bill Fenwick, chief technology officer Matt Kesner and Brownstone "all realized from their differing perspectives that technology's profound effect on client matters had created a completely new market for client services. Moreover, as the Internet grew and computers became increasingly powerful, portable and pervasive—with ever-growing quantities of business information stored digitally, in an ever-increasing range of formats and locations—expertise in this field was rare, valuable and very marketable," author Peter Darling writes.
Read the complete article by Northern California independent business development consultant Peter Darling.