Texas Firms See Opportunity In Shunning Merger Frenzy

By Jess Krochtengel (April 24, 2018, 8:58 PM EDT) -- Texas law firms are operating against a drumbeat of new entrants to the market, competitive lateral hiring and mergers that have swept up several long-established firms, but the stalwarts say their partners and clients prefer independence and say they've got plenty of room to grow and thrive.

The Lone Star State has become one of the legal world's most in-demand markets, and competition is fierce for top legal talent and the legal business that's being generated in the state. The spring of 2018 saw a wave of mergers combine Texas law firms with regional and national partners: Andrews Kurth Kenyon LLP linked...

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