What Happens to Claims Against a Dissolving Firm? A Kenyon Client Will Find Out

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The storied New York-based IP boutique is being sued for malpractice, though the lawyers who worked for the former client are no longer with Kenyon & Kenyon, as most of the firm's current lawyers prepare to join Andrews Kurth.

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