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Thirty-percent of in house counsel fired their outside counsel last year, reports Above the Law.
With the highly coveted nature of corporate clients, and the wining and dining that goes on in procuring such clients, the 30-percent seems high. That's not even mentioning the costs, time, and hassle that come with changing outside counsel.
Nevertheless, for a variety of reasons, in house counsel are firing firms at an alarmingly high rate. Here are the top five reasons given as to why outside counsel are fired, writes ATL's Staci Zaretsky:
To no surprise, money and relationships seem to be driving reasons that companies fire outside counsel.
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