Federal spending is a big source of revenue for many Am Law 200 firms, a new analysis finds.
Double-digit growth may be a permanent victim of the recession, two industry groups contend.
A lack of effective oversight can allow even a well-intentioned managing partner to go bad.
On the tenth anniversary of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe's Wheeling operations, three firm leaders describes how Orrick turned a metal-stamping facility into a back office.
With costs up and partnerships shrinking, the old-fashioned capital call may be poised for a resurgence.
Why are big-firm libraries slow to buy e-books? Our survey of library directors puts the blame on cost and licensing.
Often viewed as a shortcut to success, wide disparities in pay, like those at Dewey & LeBoeuf, are instead destabilizing firms.
Why 2012 could be even more challenging for firms than 2009.
Administrative duties prevent practice groups from reaching their full potential, a survey suggests.
Why the increase in nonequity partners (and decrease in associate ranks) makes business sense.