If the early ’90s were good for anything, it was that general counsel were able to hire talented in-house help on the cheap and wrangle big discounts from outside counsel. But the economic boom has legal managers singing a different tune.

“Many of my clients are screaming that they can’t hire, and they can’t get their outside counsel to give their work a high priority,” says Joel Henning, senior vice president and general counsel of the Somerset, N.J.-based legal consulting firm Hildebrandt International.

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