The value of independence on a global scale – one size does not fit all
Michael Siebold, chair of global law firm network Interlaw, on how multinational clients can benefit from using a network of independent firms
Offering a seamless global service under a unifying brand is proving to be challenging for everybody – including large law firms. In the race to put down roots in ever-expanding legal markets, these multinational firms face an increasingly significant hurdle in bringing the firm together not just financially, but culturally.
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