Chadbourne name disappears as Norton Rose merger goes live

Norton Rose seals second US merger as Chadbourne combination goes live

Global giant Norton Rose Fulbright and Manhattan-based Chadbourne & Parke have finalised their merger, ending Chadbourne’s 115-year run as an independent firm.

The combined firm, which will shed the Chadbourne name and operate internationally as Norton Rose Fulbright, has about 4,000 lawyers in 58 offices and 32 countries, generating up to $2bn in annual revenues.

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