The legal industry got both good and bad news in the year's third quarter. While the metrics that matter improved compared to the sector's first half results, cumulative results still show demand for legal services in negative territory and excess capacity worsening.
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.