The halls are almost ghostly and tears are still being shed by those who remain, but the humor of the staff members still scattered throughout the floors of Wolf Block’s Philadelphia office is evident — as is the frustration.

The artwork taken down at Wolf Block’s Philadelphia office the day the firm voted to dissolve was replaced with tiny, paper cutouts of scenic pictures stuck to the remaining hooks on the wall. In place of floral arrangements typically found at the entrance to each floor, staff members compiled their own decorations — including Wolf Block mugs and a copy of “Dogbert’s Top Secret Management Handbook.”

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