It’s a matter of economics: When the price of production rises, the cost to consumers does, too. That has clients of Atlanta firms, where some have increased starting associate salaries by as much as 33 percent, a little antsy.

“It’s clearly going to put pressure on hourly rates,” says Paul R. Shlanta, senior vice president and general counsel of Atlanta Gas Light’s holding company, AGL Resources Inc.

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