Not even strange bumps in the night will awaken partners in a cold sweat quite like the prospect of a major merger of their law firm.

Notwithstanding all the hype about law firm mergers, the fact remains that while such combinations may be good business in the abstract, when it comes down to a specific proposal for a law firm, the anxieties (both real and imagined) begin to grow exponentially.

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