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After the First Law Firm IPO
Bruce MacEwen at the Adam Smith, Esq. blog recently interviewed Andrew Grech, managing director of Melbourne-based Slater & Gordon, which in May became the first law firm to be publicly traded.
During the conversation, Grech described the immediate aftermath of his firm going public, what obligations the firm holds to investors versus clients, the reasons for the IPO, whether the IPO process was more difficult than expected, the post-IPO firm culture and the benefits of nonlawyer regulators.
Posted by Laurel Newby on August 17, 2007 at 05:39 PM | Permalink
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