U.S. law firms have long anticipated that a mergers-and-acquisitions boom would remake Europe, but they may not have imagined that when it happened, they would play such an influential role.
In sleepier eras, American law firms practicing in Europe were often relegated to deals where one party was American or where a European firm was listed on a U.S stock exchange.
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