Research, Research and Even More Research – Part II

In my previous post, I noted that overbilling for research is regarded as one of the most “egregious” forms of overbilling by law firms.

In this post, I will cover what research can be billed to a client as well as who should do the research. Finally, I will provide a list of things that should be included in a company’s billing guidelines or a negotiated fee agreement on the subject of research.

[A complete copy of this blog post is available to clients of LegalBillAudit.com. To obtain a copy, contact clientservices@legalbillaudit.com.]

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