A handful of firms are reevaluating their operations in Russia after the country’s invasion of Ukraine.
Legal analysts say the calculus for Big Law firms on the matter is a mix of routine considerations, such as talent acquisition, public perception and profitability. But it also involves weightier ones, such as ethical obligations, employee security and the rule of law.
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