Atlanta's McKenna Long & Aldridge has acquired the politically connected six-lawyer New York firm at which Gov. George E. Pataki was once a partner. Plunkett & Jaffe will become the New York arm of 400-lawyer McKenna Long, which will gain offices in Manhattan and Albany. McKenna Long Chairman Jeffrey K. Haidet said his firm felt it could compete most effectively in the New York market by launching with a lobbying practice, an area he said other recent entrants have largely forgone.
McKenna Long & Aldridge Acquires N.Y. Lobbying Practice
New York Law Journal
May 31, 2006
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