Comment: Dentons nears crunch point
Problems go deeper than meeja grumbles
The roots of DLA’s high profile raid on Denton Wilde Sapte go back a long way – to Denton Hall’s merger with Wilde Sapte and before. That deal plugged the finance-led Wilde Sapte into the over-stretched Denton Hall’s international network. It made sense for Dentons’ robust energy practice, as well as its project finance, corporate and property teams, but it was less clear where entertainment, already somewhat out on a limb, fitted in.
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