Just last year, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft was riding high. Double-digit growth in profits per partner over the last five years had catapulted the firm to economic heights previously scaled only by the Cravaths and Wachtells of the profession.

In an interview with the New York Law Journal during those heady days, then-Chairman Robert O. Link confidently predicted continued success.

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