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Case
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Reference no. 403-024-1
Published by: London Business School
Published in: 2003

Abstract

Clifford Chance, one of the world''s leading law firms, had decided in the early 1990s that its global expansion should take place organically, rather than through acquisition or other methods. By the end of the decade it had become clear that, in order to compete effectively on a global scale, more radical measures had become necessary. The case follows the earlier ''Clifford Chance: International Expansion'' (494-033-1 INSEAD, 1994) and describes the evolution of both the firm and its markets from the earlier period when organic growth had seemed a viable strategy.
Industry:
Size:
3,322 employees
Other setting(s):
2003

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Abstract

Clifford Chance, one of the world''s leading law firms, had decided in the early 1990s that its global expansion should take place organically, rather than through acquisition or other methods. By the end of the decade it had become clear that, in order to compete effectively on a global scale, more radical measures had become necessary. The case follows the earlier ''Clifford Chance: International Expansion'' (494-033-1 INSEAD, 1994) and describes the evolution of both the firm and its markets from the earlier period when organic growth had seemed a viable strategy.

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Industry:
Size:
3,322 employees
Other setting(s):
2003

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