The Peculiar Alchemy of 2017's Two Big Mergers

, The Am Law Daily

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The merger of Arnold & Porter and Kaye Scholer and the pending deal between Norton Rose Fulbright and Chadbourne & Parke present some unique challenges, contributor Hugh A. Simons writes.

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  • JG

    Mr. Simon, 3L student here who is working on a project in relation to APKS. In your opinion, what steps can the newly combined firms take to raise net revenues? Should they look to lateral hires or possibly the acquisition of a smaller firm in areas where they are weak?

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