Herbert Smith has set out details of its international expansion plans, with the City law firm hoping to open three offices in Germany in addition to a base in New York in the wake of its failed merger bid with former European alliance partners Gleiss Lutz and Stibbe in November last year. The firm has appointed London corporate managing partner Patrick Mitchell and City corporate partner Alan Montgomery to head a committee dealing with its launch in Germany, where it hopes to open in Frankfurt, Duesseldorf and Munich.
Herbert Smith has set out details of its international expansion plans, with the City law firm hoping to open three offices in Germany in addition to a base in New York in the wake of its failed merger...
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