Mid-Sized Firms In Mid-Sized Cities Faring Better In This Economy

The National Law Journal published a piece entitled “Midsize Midwest Firms Steady In a Storm.”  It makes the point that these types of firms [which don’t generally come to OCIP] have, by and large, not felt the impact of the economy anywhere near as badly as large firms in large cities, which tend to be more dependent on M & A and capital markets.   As the article notes:  “Less expensive overhead, lawyers with broader skill sets and lower billing rates have also helped . . .”  Read the whole thing.