Welcome to the Law Firm Disrupted, a briefing from Law.com editor Dan Packel that surveys new competitive pressures on law firms and how their managers are coping, plus insights on the tactics and tech employed by would-be disruptors. Have an opinion? Email me here. Want to be alerted to this dispatch in your inbox every Thursday? Sign up here.

At the start of December, when my colleague Justin Henry broke the news that scores of attorneys were leaving FisherBroyles, the first distributed firm to crack the Am Law 200, managing partner James Fisher took issue with our numbers.