When two become one
When two firms merge it can cause countless headaches for the IT departments involved, but as Cobbetts and Lee Crowder get set for their tie-up, how have they prepared? Kieran Flatt finds out
When two well-respected regional law firms join forces and forge a legal practice of national stature and scale, there is inevitably going to be some serious restructuring and cost-rationalising. The aim is to eliminate duplication of effort and take advantage of the newly found economies of scale that have been created within the business.
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