Northwest and Northeast: A Problem Shared
More and more clients are asking their lawyers to act as business advisers. Iain Moore assesses how law firms can take advantage of this new role
Clients in the northwest are increasingly looking to their legal advisers to share the risks as well as the returns on their relationship. This move towards the lawyer as business consultant is shifting the emphasis away from ‘technical’ legal expertise to a more generalised service, focused on the commercial imperatives of the client’s business.
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