You, Too, Can Cut Deals For Legal Advice

Now, big-company tactics are working for small business

Like most small-business owners, Ted Berg is constantly nagged by minor legal questions. But until recently, he never made a practice of asking his attorneys for answers. At $150 to $200 per hour, it was too expensive to call a lawyer every time he was unsure about the rules governing his $2 million Englewood Cliffs (N.J.) computer consulting company, Constructive Systems Corp.

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