Report: More firms will fail

But early diagnosis of flaws can avoid a collapse.

, The National Law Journal

Heller Ehrman and Thelen won't be the only firms to fail amid the floundering economy. That prediction comes from the latest report issued by Hildebrandt International, which examines the reasons that law firms fail. The report isn't all doom and gloom, though. It concludes that firms tend to fail for several specific reasons, and they may be able to avoid dissolution if leaders can recognize those problems early on.

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