Big Law Firms Are 'Poorly Run Businesses,' Says Ex-Heavy Hitter

, The Am Law Daily

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William Glasgow helped intellectual property boutique Fish & Neave merge with Ropes & Gray a dozen years ago. Now, as the Am Law 100 firm unwinds part of that union, the semi-retired Glasgow reflects on the current state of Big Law. Oh, and he once tried to do business with President Donald Trump.

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