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Morning Docket: 10.11.16

As we previously mentioned, London-based firms CMS and Olswang and international firm Nabarro were considering entering into a merger. Partners at all three firms have officially voted in favor of the merger, which will close in May 2017. The new firm will operate under the CMS name. We'll have more on this later. [Legal Week] "The infringement has been affirmed, now it's whether this huge judgment should be affirmed.
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