Clyde & Co: today BLG, tomorrow the world

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  • They don't really have an option - it is a case of expand and globalise or die.
    In the no so distant future the legal market will be dominated by a few global firms. To thrive a corporate firm needs to either position itself to be one/part of one of those, or to be a highly specialist boutique.

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  • Zimbabwe. That'll be a popular gig. Trainees will be beating down the door for that covted Harare posting. Bet Payten won't be relocating any time soon; although there might be a few candidates come next week

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  • Don't see how they could do business in Zimbabwe without sucking up to / paying off the regime. Nasty.

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  • Zinbabwe? Interesting moral judgement if they're thinking of opening up there. Altho I am sure it won't be the first time a law firm has given someone they shouldn't an envelope full of cash....

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  • Great news for Clyde & Co, very pleased for them. I am sure the labour law in Zimbabwe is even more flexible than those in their other outposts....the UAE being a good example

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  • Those sent to Harare will probably be even more demoralised than those in the Middle East offices at the moment

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  • Moral judgment? Envelopes of cash? Paying the regime? with one Bribery Act whistleblowing claim against Clyde already this is starting to feel like a trend....

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