Analysis: Stop the clock
A commission set up by the American Bar Association to look at the effects of the billable hour system on the profession believed that alternatives should be found. Here commission co-chair, Jeffrey Liss, sets out his hopes for a new movement
Imagine two scenarios. Number one: you are a commercial real estate developer. You call in your preferred architects, engineers, construction companies. You outline what you want. And you ask them for a price, to see if the project you have in mind meets your needs and fits within your financial model.
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