Combinations between boutique IP law practices and larger generalist law firms are on the rise. If all goes well following a merger or acquisition, firms can improve their ability to reach new clients, offer new services, and deepen relationships with existing clients.
However, the process of bringing two law firms together is also fraught with risk. Combining operations, integrating teams, and building trust can be challenging. It’s crucial not to allow client service to suffer as you implement new processes behind the scenes.
Read how Aurora North worked with Crowell & Moring LLP and Brinks Gilson & Lione to build a clear integration roadmap to transition and unify their operational processes and information systems.
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