New international firm Dentons launches in the legal services market

30.04.2013 Dentons, the new international law firm, combining Salans, Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP (FMC) and SNR Denton, has started operating in the legal services market. Clients will now be able to call on over 2,500 lawyers and professionals in 79 locations in 52 countries across Europe, the CIS, the US, the UK, Canada, Asia Pacific, Central Asia, the Middle East and Africa. The new international law firm will become the seventh largest law firm in the world by number of lawyers and professionals. Dentons is polycentric with no single headquarters and no dominant national culture. The firm provides clients with legal talent from diverse backgrounds and countries and with deep experience in every type of law including civil law, English common law, US common law, and others. Dentons offers actionable business solutions oriented towards getting a deal through or a dispute resolved. The firm will continue to uphold the highest standards of quality in its legal services. Whatever the scale or scope of the client’s business needs, Dentons will provide the attention its clients need and deserve. A dynamic and personalized tool on the firm’s new website ( illustrates how Dentons works to assemble a team of lawyers and professionals, customized to the needs of each client, drawing from knowledge of 24 sectors and expertise in 36 practices. 

About Dentons
Dentons is a global firm driven to provide a competitive edge in an increasingly complex and interconnected marketplace. It was formed by the combination of international law firm Salans LLP, Canadian law firm Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP (FMC) and international law firm SNR Denton. Dentons is built on the solid foundations of these three highly valued law firms. Each built an outstanding reputation and valued clientele by responding to the local, regional and national needs of a broad spectrum of clients of all sizes. Dentons' clients now benefit from more than 2,500 lawyers and professionals in 79 locations in 52 countries across Africa, Asia Pacific, Canada, Central Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Russia and the CIS, the UK and the US.

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