'It should allow them to be a long-term survivor' - market reaction to the Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner merger
BLP and Bryan Cave are coming together with a single profit pool and a single, aligned remuneration structure - can they make their transatlantic merger work?
Almost exactly two years after talks between Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) and US firm Greenberg Traurig ended, the UK firm last week confirmed that its latest attempt to enter the US market had been more successful, with its tie-up with Bryan Cave set to go live this April.
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