ALM Intelligence has been keeping an eye on the Big Four as they stealthily encroach on the legal industry (see here, here and here). In fact, Senior Analyst Nick Bruch seems to have a crystal ball. In September 2017 he explored three likely scenarios of the Big Four’s future in the legal industry. One of these was “Develop a managed legal services offering that look similar to the current offering of alternative legal service providers.” He expands on this (and takes some credit for predicting such an event) here.

Crystal ball aside, what does this acquisition mean for EY, Kim Technologies and legal managed services?

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