Linklaters' Swedish arm shrinks further as office head departs
Linklaters' former Stockholm head, Joergen Durban, is set to leave the firm in November, as it emerges that the magic circle firm's Swedish partnership has shrunk by more than a fifth since its original merger with Lagerloef & Leman in 2001. Durban, who has been with Linklaters and legacy firm Lagerloef for 23 years, headed the office until September last year when Peter Hoegstroem took up the reigns.
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