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Fierce competition and the need to differentiate law firm and professional services organizations have profoundly changed the business development landscape. Today’s consumers are demanding more efficiency and individualized industry insight. At the same time, there are fewer clients, more cases being handled in house, and non-traditional competitors entering the landscape. You need to work hard to keep the clients you have and even harder to win new ones.
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Business Development Premier: The Right Tools
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1. Corcoran, Timothy B., “The Anatomy of Law Pitches,” www.corcoranlawbizblog.com, (December 6, 2016)