Decisions by corporate law departments to seek to pay outside counsel by an arrangement other than the standard billable hour; may include blended fees, flat fees, or other agreement.
For Pennsylvania's large law firms, 2013 was a year of office expansion and pseudo-mergers
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...legal projects? Can you give us a better price or an alternative fee arrangement? These types of client questions are now common and expected....
...in a world when law firms are embracing project management and alternative fee arrangements. Silverstein took issue with the argument that legal services...
...reasonable prices. Pennsylvania firms are also more likely to engage in alternative fee arrangements—at a rate of 14 percent compared to 10 percent...
...as controlling e-discovery costs in class suits, the use of alternative fee arrangements, and the impact of recent case law on the costs of...
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In many cases, the distinction between litigation and arbitration has become blurred as more litigation practices are infused into arbitration. Clients thus lose the cost and time savings that they s
Cruser & Mitchell is opening its eighth branch office outside of Atlanta, a one-lawyer outpost in Philadelphia. Nine locations may seem a lot for a litigation defense boutique with 40 lawyers, but J.
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...to lower legal costs, including keeping more work in-house, using alternative fee arrangements, and resorting to alternative dispute resolution. • Contract and...
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