This is the third article in a series on the growth of global law firms in Brussels.

Many of the U.S. law firms that recently established a base in Brussels have done so because their global clients want them to be on the ground in the EU’s capital, better able to interact with the hundreds of officials and lawmakers who draft EU directives and regulations for the 450 million-person bloc.

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