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Dewey Departures Continue, This Time to Duane Morris

Two more Dewey & LeBoeuf attorneys in Washington have left the close-to-defunct firm. This time, they bolted for Duane Morris, which announced the moves late Monday. Jocelyn Bramble and Mark Walsh, formerly partner and counsel, respectively, have joined Duane Morris...
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