High Growth Litigation Boutique Extends Staff Capability

Our client, a boutique law firm experiencing rapid growth in a highly focused litigation and arbitration niche, required immediate attorney support to meet expanding workloads in its drafting and motion practice. Cyclical surges in projected attorney utilization coupled with the minimal availability of client human resource and project management resources required a flexible yet predictable staffing program and supporting economic model. The client needed on-demand managed staff available under a subscription-based billing model.

A Multi-State, High-Volume Managed Review Challenge

Our client, a nationally known law firm with a broad and deep focus in a wide range of practice areas, required extensive legal review attorney support in eight geographically dispersed locations across the Eastern and the Midwestern United States, for a short-term, high-volume project. The large size of the project coupled with the compressed deadline for core project completion required an accelerated yet comprehensive staffing program that would allow the client to scale to meet project needs while ensuring alignment of cost approaches for multi-location operations. The client required hundreds of reviewers available within 30 days to initiate and complete a multi-state 90-day project.

FCPA and AML Investigations with the Department of Justice

Our client, a large government contractor, supports the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) which regularly conducts large-scale Foreign Corruption Practice Practices Act (FCPA) and Ant-Money Laundering (AML) investigations in support of the federal government. With a workflow approaching 400+ cases, the client was interested in evaluating outside investigation support to supplement their in-house investigation teams. Given the nature of FCPA and AML investigations, the client required a large multi-lingual attorney team with previous investigatory experience. The hope of the DOJ was that the outsourced investigation team would not only provide short-term support for a single pilot project but that the team would become a permanent part of DOJ available resources for FCPA and AML investigations.