John Cline, a San Francisco white-collar defense lawyer who has made headlines for work in national security cases, is leaving Jones Day to start his own firm.

Cline, who is 53, cited a desire to focus solely on individuals charged with crimes. He said he decided late last year the time was ripe to try and build a firm from scratch, something he said he’d always wanted to do.

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