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  • Interesting that you mention Herbert Smith. If you review the 'talk' page behind the Wiki article, you'll see that there's been a long-raging battle between people who want to advertise the firm and people who want to slag it off (neither set giving a fair view of the firm). The current short statement seems to be the only compromise reached.

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  • Wikipedia is a constantly improving and expanding work-in-progress. Go back in a few years and look at the articles and you are likely to see significant change.
    However the author of this article also seems to fail to grasp the key point that there is nothing stopping him (or anyone else) helping in that process of development.
    If he finds the Herbert Smith article poor (and it is) why not actually help to build it, rather than just complaining.

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