Baker & McKenzie, Dentons Add 35 Heenan Blaikie Refugees

, The Am Law Daily


The collapse of Heenan Blaikie has more lawyers from the storied national Canadian firm finding new homes. On Wednesday, Baker & McKenzie confirmed its hire of a 13-lawyer corporate, tax and banking and finance team in Toronto, while Am Law 100 and Swiss verein rival Dentons was in negotiations to take on an additional 22 lawyers from Heenan Blaikie, which saw talks break down earlier this week with DLA Piper.

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