Many large European merger and acquisition transactions and their EU merger control aspects have long been handled out of the London offices of large law firms. 

It’s a tradition that’s been fueled by several factors – the reputation and popularity of elite U.K. law, the fact that the London offices of U.S. law firms typically function as both their European and corporate law and M&A hubs, as well as the dominance of the English language in the business world.

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