BCLP integration hits a snag as Hong Kong group breaks away from merger

The integration of newly-merged Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner has hit a bumpy road in the Far East as legacy Bryan Cave’s Hong Kong team have split off to establish their own firm, The Lawyer can reveal.

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