Today’s Mayer Brown is the progeny of three firms, on three continents, that came together during the first decade of the 2000s. In 2002 Chicago–based Mayer, Brown & Platt merged with the English firm Rowe & Maw—a combination that merged, in turn, with Hong Kong-based Johnson...
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