The American Lawyer
Georgetown Law's Center for the Study of the Legal Profession suggests in a recently released report that law firms don't do enough strategic thinking when considering whether to execute mergers
...The results, Grossman noted, cut against a recent buzzed-about study from LexisNexis that showed work moving from the largest firms to those clients consider...
Customers with billing disputes can't bring arbitration claims as a class, even if it doesn't make financial sense for them to bring those claims individually
Left behind after Cooley announced last month it would pick up 54 lawyers from Dow Lohnes, some partners from the soon-to-be-defunct firm are headed to new Am Law 100 firms in Atlanta and Washington,
...Money Couple that finding with ...
... A LexisNexis study ...
Fourteen nonlawyers and general counsel who changed the nature of large firms
The American Lawyer
Librarians have gotten accustomed to squeezing more out of their budgets, according to our 12th annual Law Librarian Survey
...for the "Legal Departments Under Pressure"...
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