US firms boost outsourcing at expense of London rivals

Hoare, Steve
December 2004
Lawyer;12/6/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 47, p56
Trade Publication
Reports that U.S. law firms have boosted their outsourcing practices at expense of rivals in London, England. Job hopping exemplified by Andrew Moyle's departure for Latham & Watkins; Importance of having to practice law in both the United States and Great Britain; Ways British firms can thrive in the outsourcing market, according to lawyer Chris Holder.


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