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In today's economy, firms need a foreign policy or they're missing an opportunity.

, The American Lawyer

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In today's economy, firms need a foreign policy or they're missing an opportunity.

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  • Robert C. Bata

    There is no such thing as being purely local any more, at least not for law firms with a serious commercial client base. A few simple strategies can help even small and mid-size firms develop an international practice. For more information, see the following link.

    https://www.linkedin.com/redir/redirect?url=http://www.americanbar.org/content/newsletter/publications/law_practice_today_home/lpt-archives/2014/april14/the-global-market-for-legal-services.html&urlhash=3Ob8&trk=prof-publication-title-link

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