The Never-Ending Quest For Legal Alternatives

Slavin, Nat
February 2004
Corporate Legal Times;Feb2004, Vol. 14 Issue 147, p4
Trade Publication
Discusses the hourly rate billing for in-house lawyers. Possibility of alternative billing in the legal field; Efforts to enact fees arrangements; Role of communication in a law firm.


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