In the end it may not have been a surprise, but Linklaters‘ decision to split with four offices across Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) has certainly sparked a debate among senior lawyers in the region.

The decision to pull out of Budapest, Bucharest, Bratislava and Prague, which will leave the Magic Circle law firm with bases in just Moscow and Warsaw, has been met with surprise from rivals.

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