Just five months ago, lawyers at The Furth Firm were preparing to move from downtown San Francisco to new offices in Santa Rosa, Calif. Now most of them have been asked to look for work elsewhere.

There will be no move to Santa Rosa, veteran antitrust plaintiffs attorney Frederick Furth said Monday. Instead, he and two other Furth lawyers will take their open matters, including the $172 million Wal-Mart meal-break case, to Zelle Hofmann Voelbel Mason & Gette.

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