Decades after it was first introduced, the idea of a third-party vendor parsing legal bills for purported overstaffing and other red flags still takes some getting used to.

Third-party bill review appears to be a well-established industry that nonetheless can’t be called pervasive: Even in an age where reducing outside counsel spend is gospel, many legal departments are skeptical or uncomfortable.

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