When Clifford Chance first announced its planned move to Canary Wharf, it was heralded as a masterstroke, but with the current financial downturn, has it become a millstone around the firm's neck?
As Clifford Chance (CC) finally begins to re-locate staff into its new Canary Wharf headquarters this month, the economic climate surrounding the move remains unrecognisable from the boom times of 2000 when the market-moving deal was sealed.
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