Morgan Lewis caught in pay claim by ex-Brobeck lawyers

Morgan Lewis & Bockius could be hit by millions of dollars in severance pay and lost fees after taking on the bulk of lawyers from collapsed firm Brobeck Phleger & Harrison

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