Editor’s note: This is the first installment in a series on how law firms approach and utilize competitive intelligence.
As far as any of them will tell, law firms haven’t converted any of their conference rooms to “war rooms” filled with people looking to bring down the firm across the street. But keeping tabs on the competitive landscape is something law firms are increasingly attempting to do in-house—and every one seems to approach it differently.
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