Reed Oslan, one of the litigators behind Kirkland & Ellis’ new push into contingency work, said this week he views these cases as “currency” that could be traded for other discounts. They even could help dislodge the billable hour. What does he mean? Want this dispatch in your inbox every Thursday? Sign up here.


Contingency as Currency?

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