The Am Law 100 2011

THE AM LAW 100 2011

Grand Illusion

Some of the entrants on this year's Am Law 100 list are firms in name only, contends K&L Gates's chairman.

, The American Lawyer

Some of the entrants on this year's Am Law 100 list are firms in name only, contends K&L Gates chairman Peter Kalis. Because The American Lawyer now treats two or more independent firms within a Swiss verein as a single law firm, it has debased the financial results upon which its ranking rests.

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