Dentons, already awaiting a landmark combination with Chinese legal giant Dacheng before year’s end, is poised to grow again. The firm announced Monday that it is planning a new cross-border combination with 500-lawyer Australian firm Gadens and Singapore’s Rodyk & Davidson, a 200-lawyer firm.

In conjunction with the Dacheng merger, the latest deal would produce the largest law firm in the world—with about 7,300 lawyers—and create a new legal powerhouse in the Asia-Pacific region with more than $2 billion in annual gross revenue.

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