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Clifford Chance faces law suit from redundant German partners

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  • I hope that this puts an end to UK and US firms treating people like dirt and machines that they can squeeze until they are out of juices.... neo-kolonialism it is called and guess what... the majorityb of the world does not like it.

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  • There are plenty of indigenous firms in Europa which are trimmed for profit; try being an underperforming partner at Gide, Hengeler, Bonelli, Uria....

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  • This isn't going to put an end to law firms, international or not, trying to be as efficient as possible. There's nothing new about it and there's nothing inherently neo-kolonial or neo-colonial about it (as the previous comment illustrates).

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  • The firm is for sure in a precarious state. It will survive but without a doubt in a significantly weakened capacity.

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