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September 13, 2008

The lawyer thing: GCs, do you really need Big, Clumsy & Mediocre in 50 cities Worldwide?

If you are a savvy General Counsel, is there any reason to keep engaging your US or UK-based law firm that expanded in the past few years all over the globe like a spastic hamburger franchise?

One of our most clicked-on posts is here. It's a bit dated, about 3 IBLC meetings behind--our Fall gathering and work sessions, with law firms of 5 to 250 lawyers in size, were in Z├╝rich just last week--but you'll get the idea. The IBLC has 100 law firms in strategic cities worldwide.


Posted by JD Hull at September 13, 2008 11:59 PM


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