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Recent years have seen a multitude of firms gain a foothold in Germany through mergers. But now the anticipated boom has not arrived, Felicity Clarke looks at whether the organic route forced on Simmons, Ashursts and Norton Rose will work in their favour.
It has been a tumultuous start to the new millennium for Germany’s legal market. A surging economy and a rush of M&A deals at the turn of the century saw it swamped by international law firms eager to get a piece of the action.
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