Chicago: My kind of town
News round-up: The notoriously conservative Chicago legal market has been shaken up by a spate of mergers, acquisitions and management reshuffles, but the financial results emanating from the city's leading firms still show plenty of cause for optimism, writes Caroline Grimshaw
The Chicago legal market is going through something of a shake-up. Not only have new firms such as LeBoeuf Lamb Greene & MacRae landed on its doorstep, but transatlantic mergers of firms such as Piper Rudnick – whose largest office is in Chicago – and the erstwhile Mayer Brown & Platt, which merged in 2002 with London’s Rowe & Maw, have broadened the scope of the city’s firms.
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