Bose McKinney & Evans, a 100-lawyer firm with Indiana roots, announced Tuesday a merger with a three-lawyer firm from its home state. The deal, along with another merger involving midsize New York firm Moritt Hock & Hamroff, were the first of the fourth quarter.

The two tie-ups came the same day that legal consultancy Altman Weil Inc. reported that through the first three quarters of this year, law firm mergers are on pace to shatter a two-year-old record.

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