Even casual readers of the financial media may have noticed a certain pattern lately. With every new report about unemployment, factory utilization or home/auto sales, forecasters and pundits alike s
Law firms have learned that they must adapt to a new set of market rules to ensure that they will continue to grow. But the question is: "How?
National Law Journal
The entry-level law job market isn't going to rebound anytime soon, and larger law firms' newly stingy hiring practices are largely to blame. That's the gist of a draft paper analyzing lawyer-hiring
...new pricing structures, project management strategies, case management software, blogs, back-office outsourcing. What your firm builds depends on the types of customers you are...
Out of a typical law department's total budget, 40 cents of every dollar is spent inside while the larger share, the other 60 cents, is spent on outside counsel. Why is that, and what are some insigh
...will ever be that robust again, given the rise of legal-process outsourcing. OVERALL DECLINE Large firm hiring was...
...Jernigan, Kim, Greenan & Lynch, Greenbelt, Md. Carrington v. Convergent Outsourcing Inc. (No. 13-CV-01689, June 11) Assigned to Judge...
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