Coudert rushes to insert Paris team as three jump to Herbies

Hoare, Steve; Jordan, Dearbail
August 2003
Lawyer;8/11/2003, Vol. 17 Issue 32, p3
Trade Publication
Reveals that law firm Coudert Brothers has moves swiftly to reinforce its Paris, France office with a six-lawyer merger and acquisition team from E&Y Law. Impact of the acquisition of the lawyers on the market share of the firm.


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