Boston-based Bingham McCutchen completed an agreement Tuesday to acquire Washington, D.C.’s Swidler Berlin, a month earlier than expected.

“It was just an easy deal,” says Jay Zimmerman, chairman of Bingham McCutchen, of the timing. “We encountered no problems. Everyone was really enthusiastic and wanted to start working together as soon as possible.”

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