Law firm merger activity, moribund since early 2009, is showing a sign of a resurgence, says legal consulting firm Hildebrandt Baker Robbins in its latest MergerWatch report.

After four quarters of decline, the number of mergers involving U.S.-based firms reached 10 in the second quarter of this year — not a boom necessarily, but also not to be sneezed at.

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