New York: Success and the City
The strategies firms adopt to crack New York vary. But all the senior US lawyers at a Legal Week roundtable on succeeding in New York agreed that to be a national and international heavyweight you have simply got to be a player on Wall Street. John Malpas reports
Nobody knew it at the time, but when King & Spalding’s New York head, Michael O’Brien, told a Legal Week roundtable, on succeeding in New York on 5 February, that firms in growth mode had to be active “right now”, he will have had something specific in mind.
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