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Last month, The Am Law Daily reported that Huron Consulting Group had filed an intriguing lawsuit against Sonnenschein, Nath & Rosenthal in state trial court in Chicago, accusing the firm of illegally recruiting several Huron employees to start its own competing health care consulting group. The suit (filed by Steptoe & Johnson) also accused five ex-Huron staffers, now all at Sonnenschein, of violating non-compete and non-solicitation agreements that banned them from leaving Huron and recruiting Huron employees and clients.

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