While Seyfarth Shaw has a broad scope of practice areasfrom business law to environmental and tax mattersits bread and butter has always been employment and labor law. The Chicagobased firm, ranked sixtysecond on the 2011 Am Law 100 with just over $450 million in revenue, handles...
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