Brenda Sandburg, The Recorder, 01-18-2005
Some law firms are outsourcing patent application work to India. Although the cost savings can be substantial, it takes some work to choose the right company and monitor the results. https://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1105364113219
Law Firm Outsourcing Is Aim of New Joint Venture
New York Lawyer, June 7, 2004, By Anthony Lin, New York Law Journal
The joint venture between Hildebrandt and OfficeTiger will help law firms outsource work to India.
Outsourcing of Work Means Influx of Legal Issues: Lawyers try to get handle on a fledgling practice area
law.com, By John Covaleski, New Jersey Law Journal
“Outsourcing -- one of the biggest waves in the American economy -- is slowly causing a ripple of business at some New Jersey law firms.” Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith, Ravin, Davis & Himmel of Woodbridge, N.J. represents several New Jersey-based companies that act as intermediaries between outsource services providers overseas and their U.S. clients.
Secret Service: Firms Cashing In on Outsourcing Don't Like to Brag
New York Lawyer, May 25, 2004, By Brenda Sandburg, The Recorder
“After pulling a merger or launching an IPO, transactional lawyers often get to brag. But there's one kind of work that's usually hush-hush: inking outsourcing agreements.”
Companies that farm out operations -- particularly those that send work offshore -- tend to avoid publicity.