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The New Piper and the Old World Stage

The firm first concentrated on U.S. growth. Now it could be forming a global powerhouse

, The American Lawyer

Piper Rudnick is considering a merger with DLA, a British firm with 1,800 lawyers and a big presence in Europe and Asia. "DLA looks a lot like Piper," says Piper co-chair Francis Burch Jr. "It's a bit of an upstart." A merger would be just the move by Piper to transform itself into a national and international player.

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