Jordan, Gretzky, Ruth and the Billable Hour


The long-predicted demise of the billable hour has yet to occur, and it's clear that one of the reasons has its roots in classic economic theory, with a sprinkle of sports legends thrown in for good measure.

Kevin Colangelo of Yuson & Irvine examines why the billable hour remains the standard-bearer for pricing legal services, and how clients and their lawyers can balance this with the increased need for value-based billing.

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