Rider on the storm
Only three years ago Simmons & Simmons was being written off as the next firm to disappear from the legal landscape. Today it appears confident with a much brighter future. Saira Zaki charts the firm's path through the storm into safer - but still hazardous - waters
Three years ago a well-known partner at a top firm confidently predicted to Legal Week that Simmons & Simmons had less than a year to live as an independent firm, as it reeled from a spate of senior departures.
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