Heller Ehrman has always marched to its own beat. But ex-partners say the firm's woes, including departures of key business generators and declines in profits and revenues, have come as the leadership implements changes meant to help Heller keep up with competitors. Whether the changes will improve the firm's long-term financial performance remains to be seen, but short-term results haven't been promising. In the meantime, they've upset some longtime shareholders, many of whom are now former shareholders.
Culture Wars Take Their Toll on Heller Ehrman
The American Lawyer
May 5, 2008