Pillsbury Winthrop is losing nine real estate lawyers in Washington — including the managing partner of its 190-lawyer D.C. office — to Goulston & Storrs in Washington.

Maureen Dwyer, who has been head of Pillsbury’s D.C. office since the firm’s merger with Shaw Pittman in 2005, called the move “such a good opportunity we couldn’t say no.”

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