When Kevin M. O’Hagan thinks about his days as in-house counsel at WasteManagement Inc., the thing that still irks him is the way one of thecompany’s outside law firms acted like, well, lawyers.

“The worst thing I ever saw them do … was take an alternative feearrangement and play lawyer with it,” recalls O’Hagan, now a principalat O’Hagan, Smith & Amundsen in Chicago.

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