March 2009
Lawyer;3/2/2009, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p19
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The article discusses the developments and issues underpinning lawyers in Great Britain. It states that the legal market is significantly affected by the difficult economic conditions. It cites that law firm Taylor Wessing LLP is losing the battle against the malevolent supercomputer that has taken over its offices. CMS Cameron McKenna has answered the question that is not climbing off mountains in exotic locations.


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