Merger talks between Hunton & Williams and Andrews Kurth Kenyon now appear to be in advanced stages, with the law firms signing a merger agreement.

While the deal is not yet final, two sources familiar with the talks say the law firms’ management have signed paperwork to proceed with the merger. The timeline for partners to vote on the deal is unclear, though a source previously told ALM that partners would vote this month.

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