Commentary: Norton Rose in relaunch shocker - again
With its star-free attempt to re-enter the acquisition finance market, Norton Rose clearly likes a challenge
It has become a well-worn strategy for law firms hit by departing teams to make bold statements about their future commitment to the now-depleted practice area. Take Norton Rose, which vowed to fight on in 2002 after Allen & Overy (A&O) ripped the heart out of its acquisition finance practice with the recruitment of a four-partner team led by Tim Polglase.
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