Legal Outsourcing to India is Growing, but Still Confronts Fundamental Issues

From: law.com, January 23, 2008   Outsourcing legal work to India is no longer a novelty. It’s a reality.   At least that is the message of legal process outsourcing (LPO) companies participating

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Attorney at Blah

From: Washington City Paper, November 7, 2007    Jay Kuperstein had a good job. He worked in New York for the NBA, editing basketball videos. Then he got tired of sitting in front of a video monitor

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Manhattan Work at Mumbai Prices

From: ABA Journal, October 2007 It is 10:30 in the morning in Mumbai—1 a.m. in New York City—and Aditi Tulpule settles between the partitions of her computer station, one of many such workspaces along

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A Post About Ethics Rules, Offshoring and Mark-Ups on Contract Attorney Fees

From Carolyn Elefant of Legal Blog Watch: “Do state ethics codes deter offshoring of legal services to India, therefore enabling U.S. firms to charge higher prices for services? And should firms

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