Fox Rothschild is continuing its traditional growth model of picking up small groups of attorneys in new markets as it prepares to open a Stamford, Conn., office April 1 with attorneys from the Dreier firm, which declared bankruptcy in mid-December. The move is considered an acquisition of Pastore Osterberg, a firm founded by attorneys who split off from the Dreier firm as it was folding. Fox Rothschild will bring on two partners, Joe Pastore and Eric Osterberg, along with seven other attorneys.
Fox Rothschild to Open Conn. Office With Former Dreier Attorneys
The Legal Intelligencer
March 30, 2009