As lawyers in the crumbling edifice that was Wolf Block leave in droves for new firms, the 62-attorney Roseland, N.J., office will stick together for the most part and be called Brach Eichler, as it was before a merger with Wolf Block five years ago.

It may not be a permanent solution. The next step will be to decide whether Brach Eichler should remain a stand-alone firm or merge, says John Fanburg, its managing partner.

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