Law Firm News / Trends

  • The Year in Review: #13. Fat Checks

    Simpson Thatcher & Bartlett announced Jan. 22 it was raising the salary for its New York-based first year associates to $160,000 from $145,000, setting off ...

  • The Year in Review: #15. Sweet Revenge

    Since its founding in 1965, Milberg Weiss has struck the fear of God in corporate America. Its specialty was representing "wronged" investors in massive class ...

  • The Year in Review

    The 20 stories that shook the in-house bar in 2007.

  • Outside Counsel

    In a legal system undergoing rapid and massive change, Indian counsel can help clear the hurdles.

  • The India Report

    Since 1990 India?EUR? has undergone an astonishing transformation from one of the world's poorest and most closed economies to one of its fastest growing. Some experts predict the size of India's economy will surpass that of the U.S. by 2050.

  • E-Billing Expansion

    E-billing systems that only transmit invoices are so pass?? 1/2 . The concept of electronic billing has taken time to percolate through the collective consciousness of the legal profession. But looking at the number of law firms and corporations today that have e-billing systems in place, it's safe to say...

  • Money Matters

    Out-of-whack pay for law firm associates and judges imperils the legal profession.

  • Making the Grade

    Law firms earn lukewarm marks in the 18th Annual Survey of General Counsel.

  • Making the Grade

    Law firms earn lukewarm marks in the 18th Annual Survey of General Counsel.

  • System Slowdown

    Can arbitration be fixed?

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