Legal process outsourcing (LPO) company Integreon has entered into what it describes in a press release as the largest legal outsourcing deal ever, worth $852 million over 10 years, with British law firm CMS Cameron McKenna.

The work covered by the agreement — nonbillable support tasks such as accounting, human resources, marketing, training and information technology — does not affect lawyers directly.

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