The just-announced merger of two big law firms in the United States and Britain should lead to more trans-Atlantic link-ups–but not of the biggest firms–top lawyers on both sides of the Atlantic say.
Eight attorneys said in interviews that the plan by Rogers & Wells L.L.P. and Clifford Chance isn’t apt to spawn more megamergers any time soon.
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