"The recession is creating a more pronounced change in the mindsets of firms," Mr. Ayala noted.
"An example is law firms. Normally, they do not outsource. But since the beginning of the crisis, firms want to eliminate costs and focus on the $1,000-an-hour lawyers and not an army of paralegals," he noted.
"Many firms are changing their business models, so we have focus on those kinds of businesses and expand our market."
I don't know about the accuracy of your statement, Mr. Ayala. If you read Law Practice Magazine's article, "Outsourcing Legal Services Abroad", the $1,000-an-hour lawyers aren't safe either.