How will Ashurst reposition itself in the US after six partner exits and a strategy rethink?
Ashurst chair Ben Tidswell sets out the firm's plans for its US operation in the wake of a restructuring that has resulted in more than half of its New York partnership leaving
Four years after it emerged that Ashurst was exploring another round of US merger talks, this time with Sidley Austin, the firm looks a long way from achieving a substantial foothold in the world’s largest legal market.
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