Law Firms Should Spurn Outside InvestmentsRobert C. Weber
Imagine discovering that the law firm you hired to defend your company in a business dispute is partly owned by private investors. And those investors also have financial stakes in the company that is suing you—and perhaps even stakes in the law firm representing your adversary. Would you rest easy, assured that the firm will still represent your best interests in the courtroom?
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