US Top 50/New York: The bottom dollar
On average, the dollar has demonstrated significant weakness against the pound over the past three years. Comparing the spot rate in December 2005 to December 2006, the exchange rate declined by 14%. Not surprisingly, and particularly for US law firms with operations in the UK, these changes have presented significant operational challenges and some perception management challenges, especially when reporting results to legal publications in the UK and Europe.
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