The recently merged Husch Blackwell Sanders has merged once again, this time with Chicago-based intellectual property litigation boutique Welsh & Katz, the firms announced Monday. If ranked today, the combined firm, now called Husch Blackwell Sanders Welsh & Katz, would place 88th on The American Lawyer‘s Am Law 100 list, according to their combined gross revenues.

Firm co-chair David Fenley says the gross revenue will “be a smidgen beyond $300 million” in 2008, which, if ranked today, would place it above Pepper Hamilton’s current $297 million, the firm with the 88th-highest revenue in 2007, and below Littler Mendelson’s $305 million, which placed 87th.

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