Legal expense management news for April 25, 2014

IPO legal fees survey shows significant increases in the past two years. The American Lawyer has more on the story.

BigLaw and other legal costs begin to mount in New Jersey bridge investigation.

From our “how much does it cost?” files: $1.3 million for trial technology, including a private broadcast of the proceedings.

Toronto legal startup says it is challenging tradition with no-frills fees.

Alternative service provider news: Business practices of provider of online interactive self-help legal documents approved by South Carolina Supreme Court.

Texas lawyer sentenced to 10 years for double-billing in indigent defense cases.

Legal project management (LPM) now has its own book from the ABA.

New York court rules that delaying tactics in divorce case justified award of legal fees.

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