April 1, 2013

Michael B. Shaw, principal in the Business & Finance group and head of the firm's Private Equity practice, weighed in on an article by Chicago Lawyer about the emergence of in-house counsel seeking ways to control costs by breaking matters into buckets and outsourcing to nontraditional firms.

Excerpt:

"...Now firms often put together teams with people ranging from administrators and paralegals to associates and partners and even outsourced staffing providers to offer more predictive costs, more consistent returns and higher value to clients."

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