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The Death of the Billable Hour? (access required)

Some law firms unchain first-year lawyers from its requirements For years, experts have predicted the imminent death of the billable hour, but for some first-year associates, the predictions are finally coming true. Starting this year, Atlanta-based Ford & Harrison completely ...

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Bankruptcy filings on the upswing (access required)

Almost one year after the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act went into effect, the number of consumer bankruptcy filings is rising again. In the months leading up to the Oct. 17 date of enactment, hundreds of thousands of ...

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