A filing in a sealed lawsuit against troubled intellectual property boutique Morgan & Finnegan sheds light on how far the firm has gone to stop what’s become an exodus of partners.

Morgan & Finnegan, one of the oldest IP boutiques in the country, has suffered a series of partner defections during the last few years to larger general practice firms looking to beef up their patent litigation offerings.

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