GPS for General Counsel: Navigating Fee Transition
Legal Leadership LLC
Corporate counsel have continuing budget and cost pressures to contain and reduce outside counsel spend. Breaking away from the hourly billing model required new ways of thinking about the value of legal services. Alternative fee arrangements have come to the fore and this article provides practical approaches to moving work to predictable fee structures, to assuring that the legal work is performed efficiently and that all such work is of the highest quality.
Woldow, P. 2010, GPS for General Counsel: Navigating Fee Transition, Report to Legal Management.
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