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Christopher Bogart

The start of a new year provides built-in inspiration to approach old problems in fresh ways, but also requires us to look back at what worked (and didn’t) in the previous year. In the business of law, this will likely mean that the persistent economic pressures on law firms and legal departments will cause lawyers and the C-suite to seek new solutions to introduce innovation and efficiency into their practices. One solution to take under consideration is legal finance.

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