Two of the larger law firms in Pennsylvania — and two giants in the Pittsburgh legal community — are far along in merger talks with the possibility of an agreement coming “sooner rather than later.”

Sources in the Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Harrisburg legal communities all confirmed Buchanan Ingersoll and Klett Rooney Lieber & Schorling were talking about a merger, with some of them suggesting it was all but a done deal.

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