Market report: Australian tie-ups get off to flying start

Freedman, Joshua
May 2013
Lawyer 2B;5/28/2013, p19
The article presents the author views on the cross-referral strategies pay off adopted by the Australian merged firms. According to K and L Gates LLP, an average 27 percent of its gross revenue comes from work originating in one office but undertaken in others and mentions that the company has started collaborating with the firm's offices in Asia and the U.S.


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