As exotic new practices such as climate change and subprime sprout up at some firms, McKenna Long & Aldridge is expanding good old-fashioned tax law into a stand-alone group.

“Tax is always in vogue,” said Wayne N. Bradley, who co-chairs the firm’s corporate group. The firm has recruited three new tax partners and two associates and is on the lookout for more, he said.

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