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Darin M. Klemchuk is the Managing Partner of Klemchuk Kubasta LLP and an intellectual property (IP) trial lawyer located in Dallas, Texas, with significant experience enforcing patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret rights. More information about Mr. Klemchuk can be found at his bio at http://www.kk-llp.com/attorneys/detail?id=3.

Can the Traditional Pyramid Law Firm Structure Meet Today’s Price and Service Pressures?

Can the Traditional Pyramid Law Firm Structure Meet Today’s Price and Service Pressures?

Following the deep economic recession of 2008, more and more corporate legal departments and general counsel have demanded concessions on hourly rates, volume discounts, and alternative fee arrangements. While the traditional law firm pyramid model is far from extinct and likely will never go away, questions exist whether it is flexible enough to meet these demands. To be sure, technology and economic pressures to the […]

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