While corporate practices struggle in the United States, the top 100 U.K. law firms managed to eke out 6.3 percent growth in the first quarter of 2008. How are they doing it? By raising fees and growing their emerging-markets practices, particularly in the Middle East. Should U.S. firms follow London's lead?
Overseas Practices Keep British Firms Afloat
The American Lawyer
September 9, 2008