New York: Constructing Cravath
Cravath Swaine & Moore is seen as New York's quintessential law firm. But it is not the biggest, nor does it have a wide international reach. In a changing economic marketplace will its individual approach still win through? Antony Collins reports
“When I was a young man I had my doubts about institutions. But, as it happens, you grow up and come to think maybe they are not so bad. This is one of America’s great institutions.”Evan Chesler, head of litigation, Cravath Swaine & Moore
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