Firms in lower-rate markets, such as those in central Pennsylvania, have long touted the cost savings they can offer clients. But with the growing demand for alternative fee arrangements, they’ve found another attraction to draw clients away from the big city—and they’re preparing to do more.

Leaders of several firms based in or with a major presence in central Pennsylvania said they’re already working on an alternative fee basis in various practice areas. But they want to do more.

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