Starting around 2010, Richard Rezek realized that something was changing inside his clients’ legal departments. They were being put on budgets and were pushing those same cost controls onto their outside counsel.
So Rezek, an intellectual property partner at Indianapolis-based Barnes & Thornburg, came up with some of his own tools to respond, Excel spreadsheets mostly, which he said allowed him to “limp along” for a couple years.
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