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Small firms benefit from Australian mergers


The rash of mergers between Australian and international firms has led to many IP owners shifting work to smaller IP firms. Faye McCarthy explains


Australia's economic strength in recent years has made it an attractive target for international law firms. Whether through mergers, tie-ups or organic growth, the volume of different arrangements has made the legal market hard to keep track of.


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