Buzz of merger talks between two of Philadelphia’s largest firms has filled just about every attorney’s ear, but talk of what is to come is hesitant at best.

For as many mergers as were finalized in 2006, even more fell through, and law firm leaders have been very reluctant to talk about what effect a merger between Cozen O’Connor and Wolf, Block, Schorr & Solis-Cohen might have on the Pennsylvania legal community.

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