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Making Sure Your Law Firm Will Not Fail

In the early 2000s, in the midst of an extremely strong legal market, a surprisingly large number of law firms failed or restructured every year. Today it is more of the same; numerous firms with varying practices, geographic positions, and sizes, collapsed. Now, as they prepare to enter 2012, an uncertain economic climate has many firms concerned about their short- and long-term survival.
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