For a firm that has gone by 16 names since its founding, and ultimately named itself for a presidential candidate who lost, Willkie Farr & Gallagher has done just fine. The firm, which was known as Hornblower & Byrne when it was started in New York in 1888, regularly scores in the top 15 on...
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