Thar’s gold in these here posts, for readers interested in digging for business opportunities. For example, someone could collect evaluations from a number of law departments and sell access to the database (See my posts of May 14, 2006 and July 21, 2005.). Someone could improve search powers (See my post of June 30, 2006.) while others might prepare machine-readable invoices (See my post of Sept. 22, 2006.). Someone can set up a prediction market (See my post of Feb. 15, 2006.) or trade stock based on event studies (See my post of May 4, 2005 about patent litigation.). Online repositories of knowledge are another set of business opportunities discussed on this blog (See my post of Feb. 16, 2006 about wiki technology.).
More broadly, all of the cottage industries that swirl around legal departments evince entrepreneurial energy (See my post of Sept. 18, 2006 with an overview.).
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