Gianni Origoni pledges to stay independent
Legal Week Global Reports
Elite Italian firm Gianni Origoni Grippo & Partners has pledged to remain independent after formally ending its alliance with London giant Linklaters. The announcement, made internally last month (12 March), brings to an end the five-year alliance from 2 April, with the two leading European firms admitting that the goal of an eventual merger was “unlikely”. In a joint statement the firms added: “We will continue to work together on joint matters and for mutual clients as clients wish.”
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