Reconnecting Law Firm Pricing to Cost, Profit, and Value

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From in-house veteran Susan Hackett, the first of a two-part discussion of the emerging role, responsibilities, and rising influence of pricing directors in law firms.

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  • LulaineRDLegalFunding

    These tips might come in handy because the fee structure for clients is going to change drastically in the coming years. There will be no more padding the bill and more fee for service and strict limits to how much is being spent. The country in the recession just sped up the time period, that transition was set to take.

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