GCs Say Focus On Client Needs Key To Winning Antitrust Work

Law360, New York (March 23, 2012, 3:14 PM EDT) -- With less antitrust litigation and counseling work to go around, law firms should bear down and focus on meeting clients' specific needs in order to land high-value opportunities in the field, a new report on corporate legal spending says.

Maximizing the value of those matters that demand an outside counselor's careful attention will yield long-term rewards for those firms, according to the 2012 BTI Strategic Review and Outlook for the U.S. Legal Services Industry report from the BTI Consulting Group in Wellesley, Mass.

The report, which...
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