The American Lawyer
Georgetown Law's Center for the Study of the Legal Profession suggests in a recently released report that law firms don't do enough strategic thinking when considering whether to execute mergers
The U.S. set a record for law firm mergers in 2013, even if a few late year unions failed to materialize. Now large firms in the U.K., Canada and South Africa firm are getting into the act, with four
While 2013 is already a record-setter for law firm mergers, Tuesday marked the second straight day that a major tie-up getting serious consideration collapsed instead. McKenna Long & Aldridge and Den
Kirkland & Ellis, Stikeman Elliott, and Weil, Gotshal & Manges are advising Advance Auto Parts on its $2.04 billion cash acquisition of privately held rival General Parts International in a takeover
Ashurst and Herbert Smith Freehills are holding on to their belief that full financial integration is the best approach to their Australian mergers despite the past year's slowdown in the formerly re
...119 firms are included on our global charts. Most firms provide their financials voluntarily. Some refuse to cooperate. All information, whether it is volunteered by...
...that Luce Forward's financial performance...
...to making partner? Why aren't firms more transparent about their financials? (And the never-ending refrain: Why aren't I being paid...
...from a company's CEO and CFO if the company restates its financials as a result of wrongdoing. Why shouldn't it apply here
...6 percent last year, to $2.44 billion. (DLA tallies its financials on a calendar-year basis.) Baker has, however, overtaken DLA...
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