For decades New York's bright lights and iconic skyline have lured in outsiders who dream of making their fortune in Manhattan. Washington, D.C., shops have spent millions trying to establish and expand their brand in New York. Legal Times checked out the operations of five D.C. firms with New York ambitions -- Arnold & Porter, Covington & Burling, Crowell & Moring, Dickstein Shapiro and Hogan & Hartson -- and found that all, in their way, hope to be the next Latham & Watkins.
To Make It in Manhattan, D.C. Law Firms Drop Millions
November 27, 2007
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