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The collapse of LeClairRyan served as the latest reminder that when a law firm partnership finally loses its faith, the party is over. But that doesn’t necessarily mean firms can’t pull out of a spiral.

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Samantha Stokes

Samantha Stokes, based in New York, is a staff reporter at American Lawyer covering the business of law. You can reach her at sstokes@alm.com or on Twitter: @stokessamanthaj.

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