Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz is regarded by many as the world’s most successful but also most reclusive corporate law firm.

The elite Manhattan outfit has average equity partner profits of well over $5 million and a long track record of advising on the largest and most prestigious deals – yet faces the same pressures as many independent firms in needing to carefully manage its overseas referral relationships as many rivals build up global operations.

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