Prospects weren’t looking so good for life sciences attorney Paul De Stefano at his old firm, but he’s found a new one in McDermott, Will & Emery.

Fish & Richardson, his home base for the past six years, has been telling its corporate lawyers that it was returning to its roots in IP litigation. By September, it was official: The corporate practice was out.

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