Axiom - Live an Original Life
If Axiom Global Inc. completes its plan to become a publicly traded company, it would mean one thing for certain: The legal staffing company’s longtime investors will finally get a payout. Beyond that, industry experts said competition among alternative legal services providers would remain largely unchanged by adding a publicly traded peer.
With Axiom declining to comment other than confirming its long-awaited IPO plans, legal industry watchers were left to speculate about what the company’s decision to split into three businesses said about the market for those individual services: legal staffing, contract management and enterprise managed services.
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