A merger of Atlanta-based Troutman Sanders and Philadelphia’s Pepper Hamilton would create a combined law firm with more than $855 million in revenue, potentially shooting the firm up to the Am Law 50.

The two firms confirmed Wednesday they were in talks, stating they have “entered into discussions about a possible combination. … Our first priority is delivering exceptional legal services to our clients,” said the firms’ shared statement. They declined to comment further.

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