Many Philadelphia firms that signed up for national and international networks originally joined to add to their revenue, but they are now finding that networks offer the ability to remain independent and stave off the need for a merger.

“It’s a way for the midtier firms to compete,” Scott Vernick of Fox Rothschild said. His firm is a member of Great Lakes Law, now known as Lexmark International.

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