Firms have been especially deliberate during the pandemic to increase the number of touch points they have with existing businesses, deepening ties with their roster of current clients by referring matters across practices and rewarding partners for that kind of origination.
But with marketing spending surging and clients increasingly willing to move work around, Big Law firms’ incumbent advantage could begin to wane.
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