Deprecated The American Lawyer
Law firms eager to expand in the New York market from elsewhere have long bemoaned the fiercely competitive local market for lateral partners
...*fn2 Appellant retained a law firm, appellee Donovan, Leisure, Newton & Irvine ("Donovan"), to represent her in that lawsuit....
...L. Camp, also a tax partner, from the now-defunct Donovan Leisure Newton & Irvine in 1987, but he is not considered a true lateral...
The ink was barely dry on their merger agreement when the heads of Reed Smith and Crosby Heafey Roach May began trekking around the country together to woo each other's clients
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