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Looking Ahead to 2018, sexual harassment suits, law firm mergers and artificial intelligence are catching our eye, to name a few. In this Instant Insights, find out what’s on tap for law firms, in-house counsel, government attorneys and tech pros in the new year.

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The slow-growth market for legal services will not abate in 2018, states a report from Citi Private Bank’s Law Firm Group set to be released Thursday, although that will not be the only challenge facing managing partners as their partnerships continue to age and more competitors squeeze onto their turf.

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