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...partners view 2014 given it asks firm leaders how they anticipate certain metrics will fare over the next six months. Demand saw the...
...everything from small to double-digit rises in most of the key metrics. Those nearly across-the-board increases might paint a stronger...
When it comes to attorney pay, origination has held a steady place at the top of many firms' list of compensation criteria. But could rainmaking be drying up in importance
The Legal Intelligencer
The significant fourth-quarter boost many law firms experienced last year was the result of a unique political climate and will not be repeated this year, but law firm leaders said they're still opti
...Associates survey to number 9 this year. Of the nine metrics factored into the aggregate score, summer associates gave the firm its highest...
Tech companies band together to push for more transparency from the U.S. government
Originally Published: Law Technology News
... For almost a decade, Mitchell said, the firm has tracked metrics such as the legal cost per case, indemnity (payout) cost per case...
Originally Published: Daily Report
In the wake of Dewey & LeBoeuf's collapse last year, Legal affiliate The American Lawyer published an article we had written about an issue that turned out to be a major contributing cause of that im
...are very similar when it comes to revenue per lawyer and profitability metrics. Lottner Rubin was established in 1931. The partners joining Fox...
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