The Netherlands: Dutch courage
The Netherlands' legal market has yet to feel the pain of the credit crunch as keenly as other European jurisdictions, but there are signs that its independent firms are taking steps to adapt to a changing business environment and protect themselves from the harsher consequences of a downturn.On 1 October, 12-partner Faasen & Partners sealed an alliance agreement with international heavyweight Eversheds in a bid to meet growing client demand for referrals and assistance outside of the domestic market.
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