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Rimon Op-ed in Law360: A time bomb for law firms, mismatched assets and liabilities

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · Thomas M. White Thomas M. White · March 14, 2017
In this Law360 Op-ed, Rimon's Thomas White and Michael Moradzadeh argue that law firm management has a particularly critical task: managing the magnitude and longevity of firm assets and liabilities. The firm that fails to balance these factors skillfully may find it difficult to attract and retain talent. "Many commentators have

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Are Law Firm Mergers Good for Clients and Lawyers?

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · June 15, 2016
Only a few years ago, a firm with 300 lawyers was considered very large. However, the legal world has grown used to seeing firms with over 5,000 lawyers. This is due to the rise of mega-firms due to a growing "grow or die” policy by law firms looking for a response to a rapidly changing business world. But is it working?  The same

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The Bitter Pill Of Competition Within Large Law Firms - Rimon’s Law360 Article

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · Bernays T. (Buz) Barclay Bernays T. (Buz) Barclay · November 02, 2015

On October 19, 2015 the following article written by Rimon's Michael Moradzadeh and Buz Barclay was published in Law 360. You can also see the article on the Law 360 site here.

Earlier this year an International Trade Commission Law Judge found that Dacheng Dentons, a 6,000 + lawyer enterprise structured as a Swiss verein, holds itself out in its marketing to be a single, global law firm.

Well, of course it does. Convincing clients, and lawyer recruits, that you are a huge law firm is pretty much the whole point of being huge. In pursuit of the largest companies with the largest, highest value engagements, and in pursuit of ambitious legal talent, size matters. The vereins are hugely successful at it so far, but they are hardly unique in seeking hugeness recognition.

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