It’s the nature of the market for legal work—especially during so-called beauty contests to select outside law firms—that clients are in control. But with demand still slack and competition among top firms fiercer than ever, corporate clients are finding new ways to exploit their advantage.

More companies have begun expecting law-firm bidders to offer once unthinkable commitments that go beyond the scope of traditional legal work. These can include:

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