Trio of UK firms consider outsourcing in effort to cut costs
Travers Smith, Hammonds and Halliwells are considering a range of outsourcing measures. The trio are the latest firms interested in cutting costs by sending either legal or back office support work to outsourcing companies. Travers is considering offshoring some legal work, with the top 50 firm set to go to India later this month to speak to several legal process outsourcers (LPOs) after seeing a pick-up in corporate activity levels.
Travers Smith, Hammonds and Halliwells look to LPOs to cut costs
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