Law firms' corporate clients are not created equal, if billing rates are any clue. Firms are charging different hourly rates to different clients for similar work, according to an analysis to be released in September of more than $4 billion in billings. Those differences are among the preliminary findings of the "Real Rate Report" by CT TyMetrix and The Corporate Executive Board. The report looks at billings by more than 4,000 law firms and 50,000 individual billers and 18.9 million invoice items from 2007 to 2009.
Survey Shows Law Firms Charging Different Rates for the Same Work
May 26, 2010