US wakes up to legal panels as selective rosters create new in-crowd
Some of the world’s largest law firms are clamouring to sit on clients’ preferred provider lists, trading stigma for the cost of entry to handle high-end work
On a late June morning, Dentons’ global chairman Joe Andrew found himself pulling out of a Super 8 motel. Wind shear and microbursts had caused his flight into Denver the previous day to be rerouted to Cheyenne, Wyoming, and after a missed connection and a motel stay courtesy of United Airlines, he was on his way to a panel pitch.
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