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Chief legal officers spending less on outside counsel

by Editors on November 7, 2012

GCs are earning more – and spending less on outside counsel according to a recent survey:

Law firm consultancy Altman Weil conducted a survey of 200 chief legal officers over the past year, and found that 71 percent of companies negotiated with their law firms to get lower rates. But sometimes negotiations aren’t enough, and 41 percent of surveyed companies changed some of their work over to firms that charged less.

[Read: Chief legal officers spending less on outside counsel at InsideCounsel]

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