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Glenn Kazlow spoke on the panel of the ALM New Jersey Law Journal’s annual Managing Partner Breakfast

November 9, 2016Attorney: Glenn R. Kazlow

Event Details: 
Wednesday, November 9, 2016, 8:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
Brooklake Country Club
139 Brooklake Road, Florham Park, NJ

Panel Discussion Questions:
-When you look at the Key Performance Indicators for NJ, does the sharp downturn in demand surprise you, especially in comparison to other groups in the region?

-What would you identify as a few possible causes for the demand decline?

-Would you say that downturn is something your firm has been feeling, or has been felt by other with whom you’ve spoken?

-It appears that, in an effort to find balance, NJ firms have scaled back significantly on hiring. Do you think this is a trend that will continue, or do you see room for improvement and a ramp up in hiring?

-Recognizing that we showed a fairly limited selection of practice areas, do you think there are practices that are showing stronger performance in NJ that we didn’t mention?

-Does it surprise you at all that NJ is bucking the national trend by showing growth in litigation?

See presentation slides here.
 

 

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