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...snapped up since 2005. Among the acquisitions: former Philadelphia IP boutique Synnestvedt & Lechner, which dissolved this month. Last year Fox Rothschild — which had...
Saul Ewing saw declines in its gross revenue, profit margin, headcount and profits per equity partner in 2008, but was still able to increase its revenue per lawyer
Despite finishing its fiscal year three months further into a difficult 2009 than most firms with a December year-end, Fox Rothschild showed significant gains in nearly all of its key financial indic
Fox Rothschild is continuing its traditional growth model of picking up small groups of attorneys in new markets as it prepares to open a Stamford, Conn., office April 1 with attorneys from the Dreie
Fox Rothschild is continuing its traditional growth model of picking up small groups of attorneys in new markets -- this time looking north
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Last year wasn't a banner one for lateral hire moves. As the economy slowed, so too did the number of partner departures
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