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The American Lawyer released a recent article reporting that a number of midsized law firms have doubled down on their commitment to secure, and deepen existing relationships with midmarket clients. According to the article, law firm leaders in the middle market segment, which generally includes...

Intellectual property boutique Brinks, Gilson, & Leone lost four litigation partners to Midwest-based Barnes & Thornburg last week, according to The American Lawyer.  This follows the recent trend for IP boutiques, many of which have either been absorbed by larger firms or have also had...

The National Law Journal recently released a review of the major legal news in Washington's 'big law' for 2015, including reports on the paramount moves and mergers, influential administrative changes, and the "reinvention" of the D.C. law practice. Dentons continues its reign as the world's largest firm, announcing ten...

Innovative strategies are necessary for continued firm growth in the corporate legal market, according to a recent article from The American Lawyer.  William Henderson and Evan Parker report that due to decades of organic growth, when law firms simply grew with their clients, the "supply of capable outside...