In an article by Joan C. Williams for Harvard Business Review, entitled "Law Firms' Grueling Hours Are Turning Defectors into Competitors,' Williams discusses the exodus of Big Law refugees to New Law.

While Big Law still controls legal matters that require very large teams, or teams that span many different practice areas, virtual law firms (such as Rimon, VLP Partners LLP, and Potomac Law Group) and virtual law companies (such as Berger Legal LLC and Cognition LLP) compete successfully for a wide range of matters that may require high-level expertise but involve only one or a few seasoned lawyers.

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