A story about a Michigan IP lawyer who billed 3,600 hours in 2017 struck a chord among lawyers, with dozens posting critical Tweets suggesting his billing habits are an example of what’s wrong with the profession.

Many of the lawyers who tweeted about the hours Howard & Howard partner Dan Bliss billed in 2017, which average nearly 70 hours a week, said he worked too hard to the detriment of his work

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