Following a turbulent period of falling oil prices, independent firms in the Nordics are finding profitable new markets
Crude oil prices may still be hovering between $45 and $50 a barrel but the Nordic economies and the independent law firms based in these markets are suffering less than in previous years.
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Following a raft of consolidation, the biggest players in the Baltics are experiencing a much more settled market
Baltic firms have experienced their fair share of consolidation over the past couple of years, creating a clear breakaway of four significantly sized firms for a relatively small legal market: Sorainen, Cobalt, Ellex and the recently rebranded TGS Baltic (previously Tark Grunte Sutkiene), following its merger with Varul Estonia.
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A slowdown in domestic transactional activity has hit the leading Irish independents, but they remain bullish about the landscape post-Brexit
Despite the possibility of seeing an increase in work and clients post-Brexit, domestic transactional activity has slowed in the Irish market, affecting the top domestic firms.
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