K&L Gates posts small rises in revenue and PEP

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  • Still feel K&L is one substantial London-based merger away from being a serious player.

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  • Yes I agree - the London office is still very much in the lowly league of the pre merger Nicholson Graham & Jones. And elsewhere the firm also lacks prestige – being positioned at a sort of Eversheds equivalent level.

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  • I agree with the above comments. K&L has seen the way that the world is rapidly heading and built a great platform in temrs of scale and international reach but now needs to push up in terms of profile and quality of transactions.

    The comparison with Eversheds is spot on, another firm which has achieved great things in a short period of time but which needs a merger with a corporate-orientated firm (and then with a U.S. firm).

    Similar firms are Reed Smith, DLA Piper, Baker & McKenzie and Jones Day.

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