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...microphone over to Rachelle Rennagel, director of legal services at Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler. She discussed her experience bringing managed services to the firm...
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...Rachelle Rennagel, director of legal services at Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler, lead a planning committee of 28 ILTA members, who developed...
...t cost any money, said Saul Shapiro, a partner at Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler. Most importantly, it sends a clear message to the competition...
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