As the Internet redefines the rules of commerce, it is also reshaping the internal structure of many New York law firms.
As more and more firms seek to capture and retain a healthy roster of Internet and electronic commerce clients, many are recognizing the need to modify their in-house organizations to provide full service, multi-discliplinary representation.
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