Editor’s note: This story has been updated to include additional news.
Law departments appear to be opening up their wallets, both for inside and outside legal help, as they are expanding workloads. Companies worldwide have increased total legal spending by five percent, returning to 2009 survey levels, and predict growth in regulatory, global, and government business, reports HBR Consulting, analyzing the results of its 2012 law department survey.
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