Despite reports earlier this summer suggesting law firm mergers were done for 2020, there have been a number since COVID-19 shut down America – nearly all of them involving mid-market firms. And there’s reason to think mergers involving midsize firms could accelerate once 2021 hits.

How could mergers be on the rise while the world is still in the middle of a pandemic?

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