International firms in London: Old game, new rules
In the second half of 2008, as we all know, the global financial system suffered the largest meltdown in recent memory with unprecedented consequences for some major financial institutions and the global business community. The ensuing economic crisis shook global capitalism to its core. In the legal services community, the crash challenged many preconceived ideas about how international law firms do business around the globe and how they view themselves and their future development.
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