Ever wonder whether counsel for different companies swap information about law firms with one another? Well, they do—the good, the bad and the detailed.

Corporate Counsel was curious as to how much a disparaging remark could influence other general counsel who are looking to hire a law firm. Besides the priorities of price and skill set, what other factors do GCs consider when evaluating a law firm?

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