Why This California Case Is Driving a Wedge Between Law Firms and Clients
Dozens of major law firms are lining up against their corporate clients in an awkward face off at the California Supreme Court that lays bare the increasing tension between companies' expectations of loyalty and Big Law's economic incentives to take on more and more business.
By Ben Hancock|December 21, 2016
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Amar D. Sarwal, vice president and chief legal strategist at the Association of Corporate Counsel. (Photo: Scott Dressel-Martin)
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