Matthew Larrabee walked into his office at Dechert in October and pulled up a chair to a new desk and a fresh start.

The 54-year-old former leader of Heller Ehrman was building from the ground up at Dechert, this time with a track record that included the dissolution of his previous firm during his tenure as its chairman. “I’m trying to communicate to the world that I’m back in practice and that this is what I’m good at,” Larrabee said. “It’s still a work in progress.”

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