Independent Firms in Europe: Eastern promise
Scandinavia's legal sector has suffered this year from having too many big fish in too small a pond. Now that the Baltic states are members of the European Union, could they provide a new market for the Scandinavian firms to exploit? Jan Harvey reports
In last year’s survey, Scandinavian firms made an unequivocal declaration of independence. This year’s results shows that little has changed – although pressure from the Bar and from clients may yet force the largest firms’ hands.
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