US Companies Are Biggest Spenders on Legal Services Globally

New data from Acritas Research indicates U.S. companies lead the pack on legal spend—by a lot.

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Companies in the U.S. spend 166 percent more on legal services per dollar of revenue compared to companies in other parts of the world, findings from U.K.-based market research company Acritas Research Ltd. show.

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  • UnCoverUp

    The regulatory capture of our judicial branch by the big-law mouthpieces employed by the insurance industry has lead to the installation of judges bribed by corporate litigants with money laundered to the judges by lawyer cronies in quid pro quo for favorable rulings for the corporate client. Inflation of legal fees is a direct consequence of the waste, fraud and abuse by lawyering/judging bureaucracy. Regulatory capture of our judicial branch has resulted in corrupt judges allowing crony lawyers to use an assertion of attorney-client privilege to obstruct discovery of any demonstrative evidence supporting the overwhelming circumstantial evidence of a crime by a big law partnership--especially judge bribe-laundering.

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