Latham is Taking Market Share in Germany
Three years ago the firm said it wanted to be on a par with the German corporate heavyweights by 2020 - rivals fear it may soon achieve its aim.
Three years ago, Latham & Watkins’ then-Germany managing partner Oliver Felsenstein said that by 2020, he wanted Latham to be viewed as the top firm in Germany for high-profile, cross-border work.
“The test for me will be when I ask 10 people which law firm they regard as the best in Germany and the majority say Latham,” he said at the time.
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