Cushman & Wakefield’s Legal Sector Advisory Group has published its proprietary 2019 National Legal Sector Benchmark Survey – Bright Insight. This year concludes six years of intellectual capital gathering. Since the survey’s inception, we have seen many trend shifts and new issues gaining prominence that are directly impacting the legal sector, its business drivers and law firm decision making. Nearly 1,400 law firm decision makers and associates participated in this year’s confidential survey – our greatest response rate to date and a testament to the legal sector’s interest in the information we are gathering. Respondents ranged from firms with under 20 attorneys to global mega firms, with the highest rates of response from the Midwest (22%) and Northeast (21%) regions of the United States.
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eScooters are rolling through 150 American cities, making commuting more efficient—and fun—for riders. Check out Cushman & Wakefield’s view of The ScooterSphere. Hear from our industry experts—and scooter enthusiasts themselves—about the rise of eScooters.
Check out Cushman & Wakefield’s view of The ScooterSphere. Hear from our industry experts—and scooter enthusiasts themselves—about the rise of eScooters.
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For the first time in this cycle, the monthly yield curve spread in U.S. Treasury markets turned negative, warranting a closer look at this widely tracked metric. Yield curve inversions do not cause recessions—but have been good predictors of downturns in the past. There is no recession today; nor is one likely any time soon. In fact, the expansion is expected to continue and become the longest in history. Commercial real estate market performance is anticipated to remain strong, with opportunities for CRE participants to re-engineer their debt and property portfolios.
Read Cushman & Wakefield’s latest spotlight to learn more on inversion implications and strategies for CRE.