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Corporate Counsel Are Reducing Ranks of Secondary Outside Firms, Survey Reports

by Editors on July 21, 2009

Corporations are using fewer law firms because short-staffed corporate legal departments have little time to manage outside firms, not just because consolidating work is cheaper, according to a new law firm survey by BTI Consulting Group. Also, companies’ increasing demands for flexibility in billing, staffing and communicating create opportunities for smaller firms, and BTI research shows the same companies making a marked migration to smaller firms.

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