Litigators See Light

A couple of months ago, I suggested that the recession ’skipped’ over the litigation uptick that usually occurs as more transactional practices struggle.  The American Lawyer confirms that 2009 did not provide the wealth of litigation work that we expected to see.

Citing Fulbright & Jaworski’s litigation trend report, the American Lawyer notes that the forecast looks much more promising for litigation work. The good news is that patience will be rewarded, as the 2010 litigation budgets may very well be expanding.

Related posts:

  1. A light at the end of the (litigation) tunnel?
  2. Did we skip the litigators?
  3. Salary Wars in Light of the Recession: Bridging the Associate / Partner Divide

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