It's a buyers' market

Firms charging modestly more as clients exert control over rates.

, The National Law Journal


It appears that modest annual billing rate increases are here to stay. For the third year in a row, law firms showed restraint with hourly rate increases, inching up at a rate only slightly higher than inflation in many cases.

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Originally appeared in print as Firms settling for modest rate increases

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