Beating the big boys at their own game
In the increasingly crowded City market, pundits have been saying that mid-tier firms risk being eaten up by the giant firms, which have grown fat on their profits, large client bases and international reach. But, the smaller firms are enjoying a renaissance
It has become one of the most familiar predictions of recent years among legal pundits that the City’s club of medium-sized commercial law firms cannot survive the onslaught of globalisation and the consequential growth of a new breed of international legal titans.
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