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BIGGER STILL – Dentons is set to combine with two South American firms, which brings to five the number of new offices in that region this year for the global law firm. Meganne Tillay reports that the global firm, which has about 10,000 lawyers, is preparing to merge with Argentinian firm Rattagan Macchiavello Arocena and Uruguay-based firm Jiménez de Aréchaga, Viana & Brause, following approval by partners and subject to meeting regulatory requirements. The move comes less than two months after Dentons announced its merger with a Honduras-based firm, following tie-ups in Venezuela and Chile earlier this year.

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