Hourly rates can be a moving target as clients negotiate down firms’ published rates, but in a ­low-demand era where lawyers need every dollar they can bring in, it seems associates are the ones troubled lately with how rates are set.

A recent lawsuit and a disciplinary action from last year both lifted the hood on how law firms price their talent and how it may differ internally from what the public and clients are told.

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