Will year-old N.Y.-based merger help in tough times?

Dewey & LeBoeuf is more diversified, focused on global markets.

, The National Law Journal

It's been a year since Dewey Ballantine and LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae joined forces to become Dewey & LeBoeuf, now one of the largest players on the New York legal scene. While Dewey & LeBoeuf has seen much of its structured-finance work evaporate, the merged firm is in a better position to weather the financial storm because it is larger, more diverse and more focused on the global market, said chairman Steven Davis, who added, "It really has created a global footprint."

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