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Law firms learn how to compete

Rivalry forces attorneys to act like a business, seeking data on other firms and their clients.

By Sacha Pfeiffer
Globe Staff / June 19, 2006

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There's a new buzzword making the rounds of law firms these days: competitive intelligence. Sometimes called corporate spying, opposition research, or simply market analysis, the term refers to marketplace knowledge that can be used to make business decisions. (Full article: 899 words)

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