Corporate legal departments and other law firm clients are becoming increasingly assertive about the need to boost efficiency and control costs, creating more challenges for law firms already wrestling with a sharp drop in deal work.

In-house departments are moving more work in-house, while also demanding more for less from outside counsel. From fixed-fee arrangements to more efficient staffing, general counsel want law firms to offer more choice and flexibility and potentially share in more of the risk.

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