As Big Four firm EY plans for a split with its audit business, its global law leader, Cornelius Grossmann, has plans of his own to make the new-look company take the legal services market by storm.

During a recent webinar, Grossmann said a new EY company, split from its audit business, would focus on largescale clients and projects that are multidisciplinary in nature, with legal services being a key—but not dominant—component.

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