DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/v5ljzl/2015_attorney) has announced the addition of the "2015 Attorney Hourly Rate Report - Manufacturing Industry" report to their offering.
The 2015 Attorney Hourly Rate Report - Manufacturing Industry profiles the Law Firms operating in Manufacturing - the largest sector in the global economy in terms of capital investment and labor.
Because of its size, Manufacturing touches every major practice area of law. Of the 800 Law Firms monitored, 250 (most of the AMLAW 200 + smaller US Firms and several non-US Firms mainly UK and Canada) had significant investments in this Industry. Overall Rates for the firms analyzed are in the 65th percentile - high but not significantly high. Highest overall practice area rates are Bankruptcy - not unexpected, Firms usually submit their highest rates and receive them in Bankruptcy, Antitrust and Corporate. IP and Litigation were in the mid-range due to significant discounting to get large pipelines of work. Cities with the highest rates by Position were the largest ones but the middle-market cities - as reported in the Q1 2014 First Look Webinar - increased at higher rates but had overall lower hourly rates.
This Report examines the hourly rates of Attorneys (Partners, Counsel, Senior Associates and Associates) at the Law Firms most active in the Manufacturing Industry. Rates are analyzed by Individual Firm, Firm Revenue Size Group (Top 10, 50, 100, 101-200) and Firms outside of those traditional rankings - Non-US Firms such as Magic Circle Firms, large Regionals, small and middle-market firms and boutiques.
Key Topics Covered:
Section 1: Hourly Rates by Position by Firm Revenue Size (AMLAW 10, 50, 100, 101-200, 200 and Unranked - NonUS Firms, Large Regionals, Small and Middle-Market Firms and Boutiques)
Section 2: Hourly Rates by City
Section 3: Hourly Rates by Position by Practice Area
Section 4: Hourly Rates by Individual Firm
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