Russia is continuing to prove a challenging location for U.K. law firms struggling to occupy lawyers against the backdrop of an M&A market that has seen deal volumes nearly halve over the last year.

After Simmons & Simmons last month became the first major international firm to pull out of the market altogether following a partnership vote, partners at other firms have admitted that cracking Moscow is proving more difficult than many would have thought.

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