Buckley Sandler, nearing a decade since its founding in the midst of the financial crisis, said Thursday it is shortening its name and has new management, as it prepares to move into new offices in Washington, D.C., later this year.

The overhaul and decision to scrap Sandler from its name in favor of the duosyllabic “Buckley” is part of its vision for the coming decade, the firm said.

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