Many factors have contributed to the sole-provider phenomenon.
The leading factor driving this trend is the deterioration of recovery rates, now at 38%*.
With half of large law firms successfully retaining only one of these vendors, there is validity that the sole-provider option is viable. Firms that have eliminated a vendor are achieving tremendous new efficiencies without compromising work product.
___TVE_SHORTCODE_RAW__<p>Although there are likely several factors driving firms to choose a sole provider, there is a clear inverse relationship between the diminishing ability to recover online legal information costs and the movement to sole-provider.</p><p>Since recovery rates began decreasing in 2008, the percentage of sole-provider firms has been increasing correspondingly. The chart above illustrates this trend.</p><p>Learn more about these trends in our latest white paper, <em><strong><a href=”https://www.feitconsulting.com/trend-reports/westlaw-lexis-path-to-commoditization/”>Westlaw & Lexis: Path to Commoditization</a></strong></em>.</p>__TVE_SHORTCODE_RAW___
Westlaw & Lexis: Path to Commoditization shares an analysis on the current state of the market, supported by data collected from 98% of the large law firm market.
Our white paper provides law firm administrators the data and context behind this trend to make informed decisions in a rapidly changing market.
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