- Tuesday, 11 April 2017
Many senior partners lack all but a “basic knowledge” of their clients’ businesses, leading to “superficial” interactions and a “disconnect between law firms and their clients”, a report has found. As a result, in-house counsel are now looking at alternative providers.
Tags: alternative delivery models, City firms, law firm management
Posted in Client care, Latest news, Practice Management
- Monday, 7 September 2015
Only a few large law firms are providing structured retirement advice for their partners, a report has found – unlike the big accountancy firms. The study, of 28 top 100 firms, found three with formal internal schemes.
Tags: accountants, law firm management, retirement
Posted in Latest news
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