Considering that one of the dictionary’s definitions of “region” is “an indefinite area of the world or universe,” it shouldn’t be a surprise that the legal community’s definition of “regional” seems to change by the day.
Consolidation in the marketplace has made many question whether medium-sized firms will have to grow to remain independent, and some firms have done just that.
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