The COVID-19 pandemic is putting law firm merger activity on ice, according to two consultancies that track such deals.

The effects of the international outbreak of the coronavirus can be seen in the first-quarter data collected by Altman Weil. The consultancy tracked only 17 U.S. law firm merger announcements during the first quarter, a 37% drop from Q1 2019.

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