The Churn: Dechert and MoFo's Revolving Door, Plus More Lateral Moves

, The Am Law Daily


Morrison & Foerster hires the Justice Department's top Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcer Charles Duross, while Dechert's white-collar and securities litigation cochair Benjamin Rosenberg is poised to leave his firm to become the New York County District Attorney's Office's next general counsel. Meanwhile, a Paul Weiss litigation partner is headed for the nonprofit sector. The Churn is constant. Please send all announcements to the

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