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As the call for alternative fee arrangements morphed from lip service to something that might actually become a part of law firm business models, Reed Smith head of strategy Michael Pollack wanted to
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...t tend to do it is what it looks like," Edge International consultant Ed Wesemann said. "It looks like they really need...
In 2002, Am Law 200 firms in Pennsylvania were slowly starting to creep out of the 2001 dot-com recession, thinking again about how they would grow revenue and profits. Ten years and another recessio
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...Their arrival augments our geographic reach, particularly on cutting-edge issues ranging from complex international disputes and fraud investigations to the U.K. Bribery...
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