Organisatie cultuur heeft grote invloed op performance en positionering
Het wordt steeds duidelijker dat de organisatie cultuur van advocatenkantoren een grote invloed heeft bij het aantrekken van talent, de financieel-economische performance en de positionering. Onze Duitse collega Wolf Kahles heeft opmerkelijke resultaten bereikt met z’n “culture scans” in advocatenkantoren. Zijn visie en ervaringen zijn verschenen in de Deutscher AnwaltSpiegel (6 febr. 2019)
See this article in the German quality newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine where our Munich-based partner Rupprecht Graf von Pfeil explained the intricacies of the German legal market and commented on the most recent market trends. Rupprecht Graf von Pfeil, partner of the consulting firm Venturis Consulting Group, shares the view that more and more players are […]
Despite all the technological and economic change, the traditional business model of law firms remains the same. Or not? An interesting article on Advocatenblad for which Robert van Beemen was interviewed.
How did Lehman Brothers change the legal profession?
To follow, the last article by Robert van Beemen on Mena.nl (In Dutch language) Sinds de val van Lehman Brothers heeft de juridische sector zich in hoog tempo ontwikkeld van een aanbod-gedreven markt naar een vraag-gedreven markt. De periode van de financiële crisis was in hindsight hét moment waarop zich voor de advocatuur grote veranderingen […]
KermaPartners and Venturis Consulting integrate their businesses in Europe and establish a strategic alliance in Latin America/Spain
KermaPartners Germany and Venturis Consulting Group merged its business into Venturis Consulting Group; the leading law firm consultancy KermaPartners Latin America/Spain will enter into a strategic alliance with Venturis. KermaPartners and Venturis have offices in Mexico City, Miami, Amsterdam, London, Milan and Munich and have executed strategic projects for law firms in more than 50 […]
It is getting crowded in the legal business market
International Business Law Firms grow market share in the legal business market of the Netherlands, and this trend will continue, according to Gerard Tanja, interviewed in the Dutch Financial Times (in Dutch). “Large internationally operating law firms plant their flags all over the world, including in the Netherlands. They believe that the future of the business legal […]
On Tuesday 17 April 2018, Venturis Consulting Group published its Report on the most recent developments in the legal market regarding Dutch regional law firms. On Thursday 24 May 2018 Venturis organises a seminar in Utrecht about this topic “Dutch Regional Law Firms”. Also published on Advocatenblad
On Tuesday 17 April 2018, Venturis Consulting Group published its Report on the most recent developments in the legal market regarding Dutch regional law firms. On Thursday 24 May 2018 Venturis organises a seminar in Utrecht.
Venturis Consulting Italy – Signed off the establishment of the first Italian company entirely dedicated to Law Firm strategy
Venturis Consulting, the leading European Law Firm Strategy consulting firm announced last Friday the formal kick off of its European expansion plan with the establishment of Venturis Consulting Italy S.r.l.. The Italian branch which will be led by the ex-Chiomenti Head of Business Development and CRM, Laura Pirillo and VCG Founder and Partner Gerard Tanja, […]
Venturis Consulting Group and Advocatenblad – Exclusive Boutiques Firms
Robert van Beemen, partner at Venturis Consulting Group, was interviewed by Advocatenblad (the monthly magazine for Dutch lawyers) about the upcoming niche and boutique firms. Why do lawyers leave the big firms and start their own boutique? What are the strategic challenges? What is their competitive advantage? Together with Bas Kodden and Maarten de Haas, […]
Together with the Dutch publisher Elsevier, Venturis Consulting Group organized a Legal Lunch discussion about the influence of Legal Tech in today’s market and strategic decisions for law firms. Robert van Beemen, partner at Venturis Consulting Group and specialized in Legal Tech, Mark Kater (AKD), Erwin Bos (Simmons & Simmons), Johan Koggink (Van Benthem & Keulen) […]
Venturis Consulting Group and Elsevier – Family Law
Sabijn Dullaart, Partner at Venturis Consulting Group, discussed the current Family Law market with nine experts from Full-Service and Family Law firms during Elsevier’s Round Table. The Family Law practice in the Legal Sector has changed in the past years. The changes require a different way of working with other capabilities, a broader network of non-legal specialists and Legal Tech. Read the article […]
Relocation of EMA – The Dutch Legal Healthcare and Life Sciences Landscape
In 2019 the European Medicines Agency (EMA) moves to Amsterdam. An economic boost for the city of Amsterdam, almost 900 highly skilled employees, 36,000 visitors per year. What are the strategic challenges and opportunities for legal firms? In this market report Venturis Consulting Group investigates the current legal market regarding the Healthcare and Life Sciences sectors. […]
#UIA Congress – How Legal Tech affects the strategy and positioning of law firms
The Law Firms Forum of the #UIA organized a working session at their annual congress in Toronto about Legal Tech – The Impact of Technology on the Legal Profession. On behalf of Venturis Consulting Group, Robert van Beemen joined the discussion panel and gave a presentation about how Legal Tech affects the current strategy and […]
Venturis Consulting Group and Elsevier – Partnerships totally reversed
Lots of team spirit, wide career perspectives, flexible salaries and a continuous flow of evaluations. New generation lawyers bring a true revolution into the law firm sector. Sabijn Dullaart, Partner at Venturis Consulting Group, spoke with Elsevier about the next generation lawyers in the Legal Sector. Read the article (in Dutch). Download the file.
Venturis Consulting Group and Elsevier – Market changes in M&A
Together with the Dutch publisher Elsevier, Venturis Consulting Group organized a lunch about current changes in Merger and Acquisition Law Firms in the Netherlands. The advisory practice of M&A professionals changes a lot. The digitization of processes and the rise of new services causes a shift in the market conditions. Ten experts share their vision of their changing market. […]
On Wednesday 27 September Venturis Consulting Benelux and the weekly business publication Elsevier organised a seminar hosted by ABNAMRO in their head office in Amsterdam on the developments in the Benelux Corporate M&A market. In 2 sessions, 12 selected Dutch law firms discussed trends, the M&A future for the participating firms and the increasing segmentation […]
Venturis Consulting Group and Elsevier on the Dutch – German Law Firm relations
Together with the Dutch publisher Elsevier, the Venturis Consulting Group organized a seminar on the Dutch -German Law Firm relations in Amsterdam. Acoording to moderator Gerard Tanja, partner in the Amsterdam office of Venturis, it is – given the size and impact of the bilateral trade relations -, actually quite astonishing that German law firms […]
The Dutch weekly news magazine Elsevier invited 7 founding partners of boutique firms and Robert van Beemen, partner at Venturis, for a round table to discuss (international) market developments, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Rebecca Norman-Hochman (partner Paris office of Venturis Consulting Group) was consulting-editor and Gerard Tanja (partner Amsterdam office of Venturis Consulting Group) contributor for the book on “Leadership for Lawyers” on behalf of the International Bar Association
Interview: High Impact Developments in the Dutch Legal Market
Gerard Tanja, partner in the Amsterdam office of Venturis Consulting Group was interviewed by the Dutch Legal Magazine Growth Quarterly (p.13-19) about the most pressing challenges for law firms and high impact developments in the Dutch legal market in 2015/16.
Changing ‘Rules of the Game’: which independent Benelux Law Firms will take up the Challenge?
by Gerard Tanja and David Temporal Since the financial crisis of 2008 various firms have been confronted with reduced fee growth and lower levels of profitability. The next few years do not look any better with the sovereign debt crisis, slow economic growth and continued pressure from clients for better value for money. It is […]