Bridging the Gap, Part III: How In-House Counsel Can Cut Budgets While Law Firms Can Increase Profits

, Corporate Counsel

When it comes to money, fees and budgets, there's a massive gap between in-house lawyers and outside counsel — but some attorneys are showing ways to bridge the gap ...
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