For many years, billable hours have been the default for legal billing. Due to tightened budgets and the increasing leverage of consumers of legal services following the Great Recession, alternative fee arrangements have become more common. While we celebrate the innovation and look forward to working under alternative fee arrangements more often, the death knell for billable hours hasn’t sounded yet.

The Problem With Billables

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