Merger talks between Wolf Block and Florida-based Akerman Senterfitt have hit a snag, according to a statement Wednesday by leadership at the two firms.

“The chairmen acknowledged that there are issues under continued discussion in this process and that, among them is a client conflict that cannot be discussed publicly, because of client confidentiality,” according to the statement issued on behalf of Wolf Block Chairman Mark Alderman and Akerman Senterfitt Chairman Andrew Smulian.

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