Corporations are showing an increased willingness to enter into or fight litigation than they were a few years ago, but only if their law firms can be very specific when it comes to the cost, Pennsylvania litigators have said.

Matthew Taylor, chairman of the litigation department at Duane Morris, said clients are demanding more detailed early case assessments that force attorneys to do a “gut check” on what a matter should cost.

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