Northern California has proven itself to be a legal market where just about every law firm wants to be—and a market where both the large and small can succeed.

Amid competitive pressures, some midsize firms have ended their run of independence of late, such as Cooper, White & Cooper joining with Am Law 100 firm Womble Bond Dickinson and Wendel Rosen combining with expected Am Law 200 contender Fennemore Craig.

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