Defections, Key Client Loss Take Toll at Dow Lohnes

, The Am Law Daily


A former Am Law 200 firm with offices in Atlanta and Washington, D.C., Dow Lohnes has seen its attorney ranks cut nearly in half over the past three years amid a spate of lateral defections. Now—down to fewer than 100 lawyers and hurt by the loss of key client Cox Enterprises—the firm is engaged in merger talks with possible suitors, according to a half-dozen sources interviewed by The Am Law Daily.

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