While there’s a correlation between the Big Four’s acquisition strategy and how they’re regarded in the legal world, these organizations have largely been keeping their powder dry. A recession could change that. Want to weigh in? Email me here. Want this dispatch in your inbox every Thursday? Sign up here.
The Big Four Are Keeping Their Powder Dry
The Big Four have their eyes set on legal work. I think that in October 2019, we can all agree that’s a relatively uncontroversial statement. We were reminded last week about the brand strength they’ve generated through their recent forays into the area: For the second year in a row, they accounted for four of the five top spots in Acritas’ ranking of alternative legal brands.
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