Justin Griffin has been trying to get his twin brother, Asher Griffin, to work with him at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan for more than a decade now.

For most of their lives, the Griffins had done nearly everything together. Both grew up in the same working-class town in New Jersey; both graduated from Princeton University, where they played baseball; both then went on to Stanford Law School.

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