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We conducted our first survey of law departments to find out whether they've made the leap to outsourcing, where they're sending work, what kind of work they outsource, what motivated them, and how t
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...Labor Law Plus, and it comprises partners across 80 countries managed by a team of regional and local coordinators. CEO Erik Lazar, former GC of...
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