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As firm profits soar, some bracing for recession

According to Altman Weil’s 2019 Law Firms in Transition Survey, a “broad economic recession” was the top concern reported among survey respondents, beating out threats such as competition from larger or lower-priced firms and the rise of artificial intelligence.

A relatively mild threat assessment is not indicative of a lack of concern about a recession, legal strategists say. Rather, because of their experiences in the Great Recession, many firms believe they have positioned themselves to be more agile during another economic downturn.

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