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DLA Piper Australian Merger Finalized
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DLA PiperDLA Piper As we reported at the end of January, DLA Piper and Australian firm DLA Phillips Fox are preparing to upgrade their relationship from a partnership to a full fledged merger.  The partnerships of both firms completed the voting this week and the merger has been approved.  DLA Phillips Fox will become a financially integrated part of DLA Piper’s International LLP as of May 1st.

DLA Phillips Fox  New Zealand is not part of the merger but will retain its exclusive referral arrangement with DLA Piper.

This merger will make DLA Piper the world’s largest law firm by number of attorneys with over 4100 lawyers in 75 offices across 30 countries.

  
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