Deloitte bets on immigration law, but Big Four won't be content with niches

What does Deloitte's tie-up with US immigration law firm Berry Appleman & Leiden mean for the Big Four's advance into legal services?

If you’re not worried about the Big Four, you should be. That’s the message many legal industry watchers have been sharing with law firm leaders, and one that has taken on added resonance with last week’s announcement that Deloitte UK will ally with US immigration law firm Berry Appleman & Leiden (BAL).

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