General counsel are increasingly looking for law firms that can collect and deliver data so corporations can improve their decision-making about risks and spending. But they are often frustrated when outside counsel can’t meet these expectations, according to in-house sources.
Law firms that are unable to digitize data and offer it to their clients will likely lose out to their more cutting-edge competition, some sources said.
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