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Date: 07/09/2008

Billing Pressures Affect Relationships between Firms and Corporate Counsel
Doug Richardson of Report to Legal Management claims that law firms and corporate counsel departments are having increasingly cool relationships. As law firms increase pressure to bill more, legal departments are under pressure to rein in spiraling legal costs, according to Richardson.

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