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The Am Law Daily confirmed Thursday that JPMorgan Chase, agent bank for the dying Dewey & LeBoeuf, has retained Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel to represent the interests of the liquidating firm's le
How Clyde & Co absorbed an ailing rival and pulled off the biggest U.K. law firm merger ever
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