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DLA targets Asia Pacific growth via merger with Aussie best friend

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  • Stepohen Pipes - I find your comment rude and boorish - typical DLA in fact. As an in house lawyer at a major conglomerate with friends at major conglomerates Ill make sure we take our sneers elsewhere. Well done on making your clients feel as if DLA employs grown ups. If you cant take a joke, dont work for one.

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  • Lady in House, there's nobody at DLA named Stephen Pipes. But you go ahead and keep making business decisions on the basis of anonymous comments you read on thelawyer.com.

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  • DLA is a one-trick pony with the tired and repetitive 80's mantra that biggest is always best. This 'strategy' avoids the need to consider the unthinkable - that perhaps the optimal model for international commercial law practices in the coming decade will greatly differ from that of the past 30 years. DLA's last major expansion was into the Middle East. It entered in a grand way, with great expense, only to find later that the party was just about to end. If it is true that DLA has the knack of knowing when to arrive in a market that is primed for collapse then we can expect a recession Down Under within the next 24 months.

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