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Increasing demand and a more concentrated focus on the efficient delivery of legal services should lead to higher profits in 2014, according to a survey of the managing partners' confidence in the ma
...replacing Stephen R. Delinsky, a former member in the firm's Boston office who stepped down after 16 years in the position. Delinsky has...
Corporate practices may not be in the midst of a booming fourth-quarter M&A market like the one that marked the end of 2012, but they have had a bright spot in 2013 thanks to the spate of IPO filings
Less than a month after the unexpected death of managing partner Guy Cellucci, Philadelphia-based White and Williams has elected Patricia Santelle to a three-year term as its new managing partner and
When the principals of Harrisburg-based firm Schutjer Bogar spoke to The Legal in February, the mood was somber and the future of the firm was bleak
...have continued the growth they enjoyed under their previous leaders. Boston-based consultant Jeff Coburn said that, in situations where a firm head...
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...have gotten used to are a lot of trappings." Boston-based legal consultant Jeff Coburn agreed, saying the leverage ratio of lawyers...
From Wheeling to Lexington and Dayton to Tallahassee, U.S. law firms have increasingly looked to move back-office operations to less expensive geographic markets in an effort to save on rent and empl
...the attorney general: "The contract with PPL netted this Boston-based company millions of state dollars, and it is estimated that they...
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