Despite the drop in M&A matters, large law firms aren’t just yet jumping into discounted rates and alternative fee arrangements for big corporate matters.

Instead, they are taking deeper dives into some side projects for clients in order to build client relationships. And they are helping their clients, like a former high-valuation company that is now worth much less, adjust to whatever their new normal might be and plan an acquisition strategy around that.

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