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Law Firms Deal with Discomfort When Billing Clients with Past-Due Accounts

Law Firms Deal with Discomfort When Billing Clients with Past-Due Accounts Summary: A new survey from LexisNexis has found that small law firms in the United States are uncomfortable with billing their clients and spend too much time on billing.  A new survey from LexisNexis Legal & Professional found that small law…>read more

No Comment August 28, 2014

Morning Roundup

Morning Roundup Good morning everyone! Today is Monday, September 13th. Here’s a quick recap of Friday’s stories. The ACLU will represent defense lawyers against U.S. Homeland Security… According to a CT TyMetrix Inc. and The Corporate Executive  Board survey, billing rates in Washington,…>read more

No Comment September 13, 2010

Billing Rates in Washington, D.C. Are Second Highest in the U.S.

Billing Rates in Washington, D.C. Are Second Highest in the U.S. Between 2007 and 2009, CT TyMetrix Inc. and The Corporate Executive Board gathered invoice data from over 3,500 law firms and 90,000 individual billers across the nation.  Ultimately the invoices came to $4.1 billion. According to the CT TyMetrix Inc.…>read more

No Comment September 11, 2010

Law Firms Race to Collect Year End Billings [Video]

Law Firms Race to Collect Year End Billings [Video] Via LawCrossing.com: At year’s end, white-shoe law firms race to collect the bulk of the year’s client fees by the end of December. This year is different though, with a number of law firm managing partners worried that the current…>read more

No Comment December 29, 2008

Two Thirds of Law Firms Expect Lower 2009 Revenues; 51% to Terminate Staff

Two Thirds of Law Firms Expect Lower 2009 Revenues; 51% to Terminate Staff Two-thirds of all US law firms expect lower 2009 revenues, although the economic harm to date has mostly hurt large firms, according to a new Altman Weil survey. Large law firms, those with more than 250 lawyers, in the major legal…>read more

No Comment December 23, 2008

Judge Questions Dewey & LeBoeuf’s $600 Per Hour

Judge Questions Dewey & LeBoeuf’s $600 Per Hour Manhattan federal judge Denny Chin would like to know how New York City’s Dewey Cheatham & Howe & LeBoeuf can justify charging a $600 hourly rate for associates on a securities lawsuit. Dewey & LeBoeuf served as reciever for WexTrust Capital in…>read more

No Comment December 17, 2008

Job of the Day
Litigation Associate with 1-3 years of IP Litigation experience
USA-MA-Boston

Seeking a litigation associate with 1-3 years of IP litigation experience, strong academic credentials, and exceptional analytic skills and writing ability. In addition, a passion for patents, tradema...