While some Big Law players are feeling the pinch of economic downward pressure, most plaintiffs firms expect 2023 to bring growing caseloads and an easier environment for talent recruitment. “I’m actually excited about the work of the plaintiffs bar in the future,” Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd managing partner Paul Geller said. “I’m really bullish about the plaintiffs bar.”

Here is what you need to know about plaintiffs bar trends for the upcoming year:

  • Talent war ease-up benefiting plaintiffs firms

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