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The Mad Clientist

Clients See a Few Firms as Long-Term Leaders

By May 22, 2019April 25th, 2020No Comments

Clients keep a distant eye on law firm mergers—and have bias for firms who will emerge the winners—especially for big, and potentially long, litigation or regulatory work. Every client knows a merged firm can become conflicted—and this means work for the client. Top legal decision makers name 28 fewer law firms to the list than last year as survivors—firms who will emerge as the leaders over the long term. Note how the Best of the Best also match the firms law firm leaders believe will emerge as long-term leaders.

Please join us in congratulating the brands clients say will be among the last firm standing:

Best of the Best

• Baker McKenzie
• DLA Piper
• Jones Day
• Latham & Watkins
• Skadden


• Cooley
• Cravath, Swaine & Moore
• Dentons
• Gibson Dunn
• Greenberg Traurig
• Hogan Lovells
• Kirkland & Ellis
• Mayer Brown
• Morgan Lewis
• Norton Rose Fulbright
• Sidley
• Sullivan & Cromwell
• Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz
• White & Case