Flying the nest
New York may be the legal market that the rest of the world aspires to be in, but it can no longer keep pace with the ambitions of many of its top indigenous firms. Felicity Clarke looks at the ambitious expansion plans of the Big Apple's leading legal lights
New York is no longer big enough to keep its elite law firms in the manner to which they have become accustomed. As the richest law firms in the world, for years they have luxuriated in Manhattan with the business world at their feet. But times are changing.
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