'We’ve changed the market in London' - Quinn chief on plans for growth, boutique 'copycats' and Brexit

Amid merger talk, Quinn Emanuel managing partner John Quinn discusses the firm's next targets

“I started this law firm in 1986 with four lawyers. I’ve seen it grow from four lawyers to 725,” says John Quinn, managing partner of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan.

Quinn Emanuel’s name has become synonymous with rapid growth, and after yet more double-digit increases in both revenue and partner profits during 2016, news emerged last week that it had held talks about a potential merger with Washington DC litigation firm Williams & Connolly.

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