Having seen 13 partners in New York, London and across the Middle East defect to Latham & Watkins in the last two weeks, White & Case is busy trying to shore up its market position in those critical jurisdictions. One step the firm is taking: shifting key partners to its newly depleted offices.

The Latham move is among the more spectacular lateral raids of recent years and has raised serious questions about White & Case’s London finance practice, its position in the Middle East market and its relationships with such important clients as Deutsche Bank and Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia’s national oil company.

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