Dickstein Shapiro 'No Longer Engaged in the Practice of Law'

After years of contraction and almost three months scrambling toward a merger, Dickstein Shapiro has tied the knot. Or a hundred knots. Blank Rome will acquire more than 100 lawyers—in essence, all of them—from Dickstein Shapiro. Yet the acquisition is not a merger. Blank Rome will take over Dickstein Shapiro's Washington lease and move from its Watergate complex home in the city to the International Square building that formerly bore Dickstein's name. Dickstein Shapiro's New York office also will consolidate with Blank Rome.

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