Labor of Love — and Revenue: L&E Work Is an Economic Bright Spot

, The Legal Intelligencer


Amid a flurry of surveys that paint a bleak picture of the legal industry's financial health in 2012, the one bright spot in an otherwise low-demand market is labor and employment work.

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  • LulaineRDLegalFunding

    The employment law sector is very liable to shifting change and given the political climate and season it becomes more apt to the whims of democracy. There will always be a place for the law except now the equations may change in lieu of the plaintiff of in lieu of the defendant.

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