About: Eyal Iffergan

Eyal Iffergan is President and CEO of Hyperion Global Partners, a premier global consultancy for legal business strategy and operations. With over 20 years of experience advising to the legal and intellectual property business communities, his practice is focused on helping clients to manage the business of law – he is considered a global authority on legal operational performance management. An expert in addressing the challenges of legal business operations, process, organization and technology, he works with AmLaw 200 law firms and Global 1000 corporations to design and implement enterprise-wide strategy and transformation programs.

Recent Posts

Legal Metrics: Defining Success Beyond Spend Management

Measures are a core component of holistic business management.  While quantitative measures are not appropriate for all business activities, performance metrics and key performance indicators (KPIs) are an increasingly critical part of optimizing the legal function.  This topic consistently arises in our annual review of law department trends.
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ECM: A Paradigm Shift for Legal

Hyperion Research’s proprietary VPI InfographicTM (Fig. 1) charts industry-wide trends and attitudes about key ECM capabilities and competencies.  It represents a competency matrix that plots perceived value against stated priority for a variety of technology capabilities; the size of the bubbles represent relative levels of investment in each respective category.
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Deconstructing Content: The Long Arm of ECM

The need for more sophisticated decision-making and policies around content management highlights the importance of a simple threshold question:  “How do we define content?”
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What is ‘Content?’ Expanding the Reach of ECM

While document management (“DM”) remains a critical and high-priority solution area for legal practices, in the last two years we have observed the inauguration and embrace a critical new solution paradigm:  Enterprise Content Management (“ECM”).  As a term of art, ECM represents the expanding discipline of content management, one that seeks to help organizations to understand, manage and control enterprise content in the various structured and unstructured forms it may take.
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The Curious Case of Virtual Patent Marking

Virtual patent marking was introduced in the United States with the passing of the America Invents Act of 2011 with the great promise of reduced costs and more accurate patent marking.  The purpose of marking an article is to provide constructive notice to the public that the article is patented. Failure to appropriately mark an article can preclude the recovery of damages for infringement until effective notice is given.
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Guiding Principles: Planning and Executing Successful Transformation

Organizational change is part art, part science.  Understanding the myriad of factors is critical: corporate culture, industry and business factors, management and staff personalities, commitment to change, availability of resources, etc.  Change management is a specialty in and of itself.
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New Market Snapshot: Achieving IP Operational Excellence

Hyperion is proud to introduce our new Market Snapshot Infographic, which focuses on operational and performance management issues in Intellectual Property Management.
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What are the Right Metrics for Law Firm Success?

It is often said that “life imitates baseball” and who is to say that it doesn’t?  Baseball has always been a game of statistics, metrics designed to gauge different aspects of performance. They may not tell the entire story, but they do provide empirical evidence to fuel bar room debates about who is better.
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The Importance of Innovation in Legal Technology

The business-aligned model of Enterprise Legal Management requires a sophisticated IT infrastructure. It also requires an improved attitude about the integration of technology into the day-to-day operations of the corporate legal function.  Traditionally, law departments have been reticent to adopt technologies into their daily operations. However, as those operational demands increase and a generational legal-management changeover occurs, we see attitudes and expectations about the role of technology shifting.
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What Ever Happened to Virtual Patent Marking?

  Hyperion Research's ongoing survey programs help us benchmark and analyze leading trends and issues in legal operations and performance - and report them to YOU. We're asking for 5 minutes of your time and your thoughts about Virtual Patent Marking
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