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February 28, 2018 Media Coverage

Bloomberg Law
February 28, 2018
"Law Firms Show Clients They Know Their Business"

Farella client services director Dave Bruns spoke to Bloomberg Law about how law firms are increasingly establishing industry sector groups to attract clients and better address their needs.

"Clients want to know you have expertise in their industry,” he told Bloomberg Law. “From a trend standpoint, more law firms are creating industry groups.

He added, "If you know my industry, you’re going to be able to give me more nuanced advice. Clients very much appreciate that our firm can understand their industry and the unique issues they’re dealing with.” 

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