Large Scale Growth Continues in the Boston Legal Market – Nutter Adds Law Firm BRL Law Group to Strengthen Corporate Bench

Large Scale Growth Continues in the Boston Legal Market – Nutter Adds Law Firm BRL Law Group to Strengthen Corporate Bench   July 7, 2021 As legal industry growth continues to flourish, and the appetite for large scale acquisitions remains strong at law firms across the country, Boston-based Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP recently announced…

Mestel & Company Expands National Footprint with its Newest Philadelphia Location

Mestel & Company Expands National Footprint with its Newest Philadelphia Location June, 2019 – Philadelphia, PA Expansion will strengthen Mestel & Company’s ability to provide enhanced Human Capital Solutions for the market. HCMC Legal, the parent company of Hire Counsel and Mestel & Company and the nationally recognized leader in attorney placement, temporary staffing, legal…

Legal Industry Snapshot Q3 2018

The technology revolution that helped more aggressive firms expand beyond historic geographies has paralleled the increasing commoditization, or fungibility, of legal services, especially over the past two decades. This parallelism is a reflection of a dynamic cause and effect, for at the heart of commoditization of legal services are the two highly interrelated factors of information technology: speed and accessibility.

Legal Industry Snapshot Q2 2018

The technology revolution that helped more aggressive firms expand beyond historic geographies has paralleled the increasing commoditization, or fungibility, of legal services, especially over the past two decades. This parallelism is a reflection of a dynamic cause and effect, for at the heart of commoditization of legal services are the two highly interrelated factors of information technology: speed and accessibility.

Legal Industry Snapshot Q1 2018

The technology revolution that helped more aggressive firms expand beyond historic geographies has paralleled the increasing commoditization, or fungibility, of legal services, especially over the past two decades. This parallelism is a reflection of a dynamic cause and effect, for at the heart of commoditization of legal services are the two highly interrelated factors of information technology: speed and accessibility.