Many U.S. companies may be eligible for a refund of value-added tax paid on legal fees, but they don't bother, assuming they don't spend enough and wouldn't reclaim enough to justify the reclamation
Daily Business Review
...Perez as receiver and $2.35 million for the firm's attorneys working for him.The bill reflects a 9 percent discount of...
Alternative, or non-hourly billing, is used by 89 percent or 82 of the 92 firms that responded to Texas Lawyer's 2013 Salary and Billing Survey. While the firms are balancing the risk and reward of a
...more thoughtful decisions on who will be deposed and fewer junior lawyers working on matters, Williams said. Then the "mass" in...
National Law Journal
...drawn from a fascinating data set from TyMetrix, the electronic billing giant. Working with The American Lawyer, TyMetrix gathered three years of billing records from...
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
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