Access a unique research study on the relationship between Brazilian legal departments and law firms

by Rory Webber on June 9, 2010 · 3 comments

in Corporate counsel issues,Large law firm issues,Legal marketing,Legal News and Trends,Martindale-Hubbell Connected

Until now, there hasn’t been any dedicated research to accurately reflect the perceptions of the relationship between in-house legal departments and law firms in Brazil.

Which is why LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell, working with Brazilian legal department management consultancy Gonçalves & Gonçalves Marketing Jurídico, developed, ‘Brazilian study on the relationship between legal departments and law firms’. This new research report reflects the views of in-house counsel from over 100 companies and looks at:

  • Structure of legal departments and profile of employed law firms
  • Pricing
  • Outsourced legal matters
  • Law firm selection and hiring, retention and firing

In a climate where companies are increasingly demanding more of their legal advisors, this study provides an invaluable tool for private practice law firms and in-house counsel to better understand the nature of their relationship and how it is affected by strategic evaluations and decision-making processes.

You can access and download the report for free in English, Spanish or Portuguese, from the ‘Lawyers of Brazil’ group in Martindale-Hubbell Connected. Registration is free.

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