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January 26, 2007

GCs: Do you really want Big, Clumsy & Unresponsive in 50 cities worldwide?

If you are a great company doing business everywhere, 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? Our firm's international group, the IBLC, is a clearinghouse of high-end corporate law talent in smaller firms all over the world. Hull McGuire PC has been busy helping mold this group for 8 years. Yes, we actually know each other well, see each other often and work together regularly. There are IBLC members in over 70 cities worldwide. Member firms range between 5 and 130 lawyers, who could work at any mega-firm, and so they charge accordingly. There are other tightly-knit international groups--this is one of several that works.

Posted by JD Hull at January 26, 2007 09:59 PM



Have your seen the piece on laws firms and real capital on Adam Smith, Esq.


what is your take? how do you plan on competing

second, what are you going to do to match the new starting salaries?

Posted by: Moe Levine at January 27, 2007 11:49 AM

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