As recently as five years ago, law partners charging $1,000 an hour were outliers. Today, four-figure hourly rates for in-demand partners at the most prestigious firms don't raise eyebrows — an
Eastman Kodak Co.'s bankruptcy case is providing a glimpse into the billing rates of one of Washington's biggest firms: Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr
Big-firm lawyers still have a sweet deal. Top partners at major law firms continue to command premium hourly prices for their services
What's in store for the practice of law in the Midwest during 2012? We invited the people running four of the largest law offices in Chicago to provide their forecasts during a panel discussion in Ap
Firms need to avoid less productive metrics like non-billable hours and start measuring hours spent on business development, follow-up frequency and quality touches with centers of influence
As more clients turn to electronic billing, law firms would be well-advised to get involved in the selection or risk getting stuck with a system that's costly and cumbersome
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