Seven Wolf Block Schorr & Solis-Cohen partners, many of whom had leadership positions in the firm, will join Hangley Aronchick Segal & Pudlin as shareholders, giving Hangley Aronchick two new practice groups and a new office, the firms said Thursday. It was Wolf Block's intent to grow the 300-lawyer firm through a potentially large-scale merger that spawned the move, according to Hangley Aronchick Chairman William T. Hangley, who said, "These were people who basically decided that they wanted to go small."
Seven Wolf Block Partners to Join Hangley Aronchick
The Legal Intelligencer
February 22, 2008