The Legal Week Benchmarker survey turns up a number of interesting statistics, but perhaps one of the most intriguing is how the crucial role of communication with external M&A lawyers is the make-or-break factor in many a deal. Neasa Macerlean reports
Most parts of the M&A market are growing. At the top end of the spectrum, the FTSE 100 has been propelled to recent peaks by expectations of deals. And through most of the marketplace there is concrete and anecdotal evidence of an M&A boom. Many of these deals could run into trouble if legal advisers were inflexible or if they communicated badly with the in-house counsel who commissioned them.
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