Like a number of other Am Law 100 firms, Pillsbury Winthrop is the product of multiple high–profile mergers. In 2001, San Francisco?based Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro—legal adviser to companies like Chevron Corporation and Pacific Bell Telephone Company (now part of AT&T Inc.)—merged...
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