Mallesons Stephen Jaques and Chinese giant King & Wood are set to vote on a potential tie-up this week as groundbreaking talks between the two firms continue.

Mallesons partners will vote on the deal on Wednesday, with partners at King & Wood also expected to vote on the union this week. The Australian firm needs a majority vote of 75 percent in order to push ahead with the proposed tie-up.

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