Survey: Quality, Not Price, Counts When In-House Lawyers Pick Firms
A British survey of 900 in-house counsel rated the quality of legal advice as well as the quality delivering that advice as the most important factors in judging outside counsel, both scoring high with 96 percent of respondents.
By Sue Reisinger|December 07, 2015
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