When he launched an unsuccessful bid to be named global managing partner of Reed Smith in 2014, John Martini ran on a 10-point strategic plan for the future direction of the firm.

Four years later, in a meeting with Holland & Knight, he had a moment of déjà vu. “They hit every one of those key issues” from his 10-point plan, he said.

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