Private Client Practices Can Hedge E-Discovery Work

Armies of junior associates for e-discovery may not be a viable law firm practice in the future.

, The American Lawyer


While some Am Law firms have abandoned trusts and estates work, others are beefing up their offerings in that area, which may serve as a hedge for e-discovery work.

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