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Local, International Firms Square-off in Competition for Clients

Issued: October 08 2009

As a sluggish global economy has forced in-house legal departments to tighten budgets, some law firms report an acceleration of a trend of companies in search of the best deal using multiple law firms as their outside counsel. With less work to go around and a dispersion of that work among more law firms, who stands to come out ahead?

 

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