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Law firm combinations

  • Nixon Peabody merges with Chicago-based Ungaretti & Harris

    The move grows Nixon Peabody’s Chicago presence from a small 21-lawyer outfit to almost six times its current size. The combination makes Chicago the firm’s second largest location behind Boston.

  • Report: Law firm acquisitions down in 2014

    Despite a healthy number of law firm mergers in the United States last year, the amount in 2014 was down from the previous year’s record-setting mark.

  • Hildebrandt Institute says 20 law firms merged in Q1 2012

    What a difference variant recording metrics make. On Monday, legal consultancy Altman Weil Inc. released a report indicating that 2012’s M&A activity continues the rebound of law firm combinations that began in Q3 2010 and held firm through all of 2011. Altman Weil reported that there have been 14 mergers...

  • 14 U.S. law firms merge in Q1 2012

    It’s steady as she goes for law firms so far this year when it comes to mergers and acquisitions. A survey released yesterday by legal consultancy Altman Weil Inc. says that 2012’s M&A activity continues the rebound of law firm combinations that began in Q3 2010 and held firm through...

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