The recent merger of Boston’s Ropes & Gray with New York’s Fish & Neave is just one in a string of firm marriages creating an “eat or be eaten” atmosphere in Beantown’s traditionally clubby legal community.
But rather than a casting off of any perceived parochialism among Boston’s prominent law firms, the expansion is about one thing: money.
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