Lovells enters tie-up with France's Kuntz

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  • Nice to see Lovells thrusting forward into virgin territory

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  • Ah, a match made in heaven!

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  • I commend the tie up and, given my rather long legal career hitherto, I vouch for their new partner for I feel like I’ve been working with Kuntz for quite some time.....

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  • "Under the arrangement Lovells will gain access to Kuntz’s"

    Surely it would have been cheaper to just go to Browns???

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  • We are not talking about all French lawyers here are we?

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  • What about the rumour that Kok (http://www.kokadvocaten.nl/) were chasing Kuntz?

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  • I see that Kuntz started the firm up after leaving the only-slightly-less amusingly named Foucaud

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  • What a fine advertisement for the English legal profession this stream of public schoolboy humour is creating. Clearly it must be a very slow Wednesday across the City?

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  • Pete & Dud, eat your hearts out!

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  • I can see many merits in the tie-up.
    Although the current climate is one in which many Firms are seeking to be defensive in order to avoid making the sort of "financial clanger" which is becoming all too common, one cannot help but applaud Lovells' bold move.
    I think the timing (after the Bush era) is perfect for becoming more acquainted with Kuntz.

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