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The cultural differences among U.K. and U.S. law firms are dwindling in some respects as compensation models are tweaked, legal technology is adopted more universally, and law firms expand around the globe. But last week’s news surrounding merger talks between Allen & Overy and O’Melveny & Myers highlighted one area where firms on either side of the pond typically differ: how partners vote on mergers.

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