Amid a languid recovery and threats to their business model, firm leaders now measure progress in small steps
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
With demand for corporate work slack through most of the year and clients continuing to apply rate pressure, 12 elite Am Law 100 firms with a handful of exceptions made only slight gain
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
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