The unauthorized use of patents by the federal government is generally connected with procurement. The government purchases goods and services from federal contractors and the government wants the be
AT&T Corp. is accused of wrongly collecting millions of dollars from a government fund intended to bankroll telephone service for hearing- and speech-impaired people
I am an attorney and I bill at an hourly rate of $250 an hour. As part of my bill, can I also include the time for my secretaries for typing, copying documents, etc.
In an era when cost predictability reigns supreme, corporate law departments are increasingly using project- or contract-based attorneys to help handle an increased workload on a shrunken budget
In an era when cost predictability reigns supreme, corporate law departments are increasingly using project-or contract-based attorneys to help handle an increased work load on a shrunken budget
...man and drive down the cost. "Now we don't bill law firms, we bill the client directly," Burke said of...
...a deadline hanging over their head and for the attorney who can't bill for all the time that it is taking for a document...
As the recession lingers indefinitely, small firm rate structures continue to attract large firm lawyers and their clients
Omair Farooqui sensed that a pink slip might be coming his way. Work had slowed considerably in the six months before he was laid off in June from the Palo Alto, Calif., office of Manatt Phelps & Phi
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