Clark Hill Featured in Michigan Lawyers Weekly Article on Law Firm Mergers
The 2018 combination of Clark Hill and Strasburger & Price headlined Michigan Lawyers Weekly's recent article on Michigan law firm moves, "Law firm mergers increase in 2018". The merger was the largest involving a Michigan firm.
Prior to the April 2018 merger, Clark Hill had more than 450 lawyers in 17 offices and Strasburger & Price nearly 200 lawyers in 9 offices in Texas, New York, Washington, D.C. and Mexico City. The combination extended both firm's geographic and industry reach, enhancing client value.
“This is all driven by client need. The only reason for us to do this is to add more value for our clients,” said Clark Hill CEO John J. Hern Jr. “What clients are trying to achieve is a one-stop shop for a variety of their matters.”
Clark Hill is a multidisciplinary, international law firm that draws on our attorneys’ comprehensive industry and policy knowledge and a global network of industry advisors and subject-matter experts to provide innovative legal solutions and client-service excellence worldwide. With more than 650 attorneys and professionals in 25 offices, spanning the United States as well as Dublin and Mexico City, we are a committed partner to a diverse range of businesses, public entities, and individuals. As one of the largest US-based firms, our industry focus and market-driven solutions, including human resources outsourcing, information governance, process consulting, and public affairs advocacy, further reinforce our ability to provide clients with coordinated legal, regulatory and political strategies.
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