New Data Set Shows What Clients Actually Bought Over Last Four-Plus Years

Am Law 200 firms are capturing more of big companies' legal work.

, The American Lawyer

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Turns out Am Law 200 firms are capturing a bigger slice of big companies' legal work.

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  • NewGate Partners

    This data supports what appears to be a larger social trend. Those that have more, spend more; and those that make more . . . well. make more. I am confused by all of the talk about controlling outside counsel cost. Where is it happening??

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