...2009 following the combination of Kansas City firms Polsinelli Shalton Flanigan Suelthaus and Shughart Thomson & Kilroy. Since then, Polsinelli has added 150 attorneys, including...
...a 2008 merger between Kansas Citybased Polsinelli Shalton Flanigan Suelthaus and Shughart Thomson & Kilroyhas added smaller shops in ...
As Gallop, Johnson & Neuman?a 38-year-old, midsize firm based in the St. Louis suburbs?teeters on the brink of dissolution, several regional Am Law 200 firms are considering scooping up laterals from
...separate Kansas City offices since 2009, when Polsinelli Shalton Flanigan Suelthaus combined with Shughart Thomson & Kilroy to become a 481-attorney firm with...
...by the 2009 consolidation of Kansas City firms Polsinelli Shalton Flanigan Suelthaus and Shughart Thomson & Kilroy to become 481-attorney Polsinelli Shughart. ...
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Much like their Am Law 100 counterparts, many Second Hundred firms struggled in 2009-including 21 firms with Atlanta presences-under the twin burdens of decreased transactional work and increased cli
Much like their Am Law 100 counterparts, Second Hundred firms struggled in 2009 under the twin burdens of decreased transactional work and increased client sensitivity to litigation costs. With their
The recession's impact wasn't confined to the nation's top 100 firms--The Second Hundred felt the pain too
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