Jal Mehta of Harvard University and Northwestern University's Jim Spillane take a more skeptical look at unbundling, exploring questions of public oversight, professional development, and accountability in an unbundled
The New Hampshire Supreme Court recently approved similar rule changes, allowing unbundled
services in all civil cases.
lines accounted for an average 18% of DSL connections at the end of 2005, compared to 8% at the end of 2003.
The deal, following a successful trial which began in November 2005, guarantees a minimum of 20,000 unbundled
Bar Unlicensed Practice of Law Counsel Lori Holcomb reported to the Bar Board of Governors last month on a special committee that has been reviewing the unbundled
rules, which became effective January 1, 2004.
It's very difficult when you're relying on an unbundled
system, in terms of budgeting and staffing predictions, and food preparation.
legal services is a practice in which the lawyer and client agree that the lawyer will provide some, but not all, of the work involved in traditional full service representation.
As that question is answered, one market at a time, two key distinctions for insurers will be whether the privatized systems favor group or individual products, and whether group markets develop according to bundled or unbundled
Most of the larger providers appear to be targeting both ends of the business: the bundled, all-inclusive retirement plan management and the unbundled
option, offering services such as recordkeeping and investment management separately.
In the past year, 5-10 percent of reviewed anesthesia claims have been unbundled