66 Law Firms Leading Litigation as Market Surges

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You are looking at the highest levels of corporate legal spending in a decade. High-stakes work is growing like a weed. Clients are expecting an influx of new matters and plan to spend more on existing matters. Clients are cutting their internal budgets to fund new outside counsel needs, Why? Increasing workloads and more complex needs clients don’t want to handle and don’t have the resources to handle in-house.

Here is what to expect in the 2019 litigation landscape along with 66 law firms best positioned for these new opportunities. The Powerhouse and Standout law firms in the links below are the ones corporate counsel tell us they are turning to for their most pressing litigation needs in 2019.

The IP Litigation Outlook: The Powerhouse and Standout Law Firms

Why GCs are Hiring: Fewer, but bigger and more complex matters.

The Class Actions Outlook: The Powerhouse and Standout Law Firms

Why GCs are Hiring: Increasing risk and exposure and ever more innovative plaintiffs.

The Complex Employment Litigation Outlook: The Powerhouse and Standout Law Firms

Why GCs are Hiring: Changes in regulations around wages; increased concern about wage and hour issues; a growth in investigations, spurred by sexual harassment and workplace culture.

The Product Liability Litigation Outlook: The Powerhouse and Standout Law Firms

Why GCs are Hiring: Increased caseloads, more complex matters as a result of increasingly complex products and data these products gather and rely on.

Clients are reevaluating who and what types of firms they want to use as the nature of Product Liability claims undergoes a fundamental change.

The Complex Commercial Litigation Outlook: The Powerhouse and Standout Law Firms

Why GCs are Hiring: Increases in 5 industries is enough to drive growth and increased spending on outside counsel.

Learn more about how your firm can take advantage of new spending and matters in 2019—and what your firm can do to adapt, in the new, just released BTI Litigation Outlook 2019: Changes, Trends and Opportunities for Law Firms.