A new survey in the United Kingdom of general counsel and outside law firm managers shows a huge gap in the perception of their relationships. For example, 80 percent of GCs said they, not a procurement department, handle the buying of legal services; but 74 percent of law firm managers believed the opposite.

Briefing magazine and U.K.’s Corporate Counsel Exchange polled 125 GCs, mostly from companies with more than $1.2 billion in annual revenue, along with 86 managers from the top 120 law firms in that country.

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