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Over the last two months, we and our colleagues at the Daily Business Review have written several stories about recent events at Florida firm Ruden McClosky: about partners leaving the firm for a half-dozen other firms; about one Ruden lawyer labeling the firm’s management “morons”; about the firm asking partners to sign personal guarantees on its bank loans; about a drop in total head count from more than 175 lawyers to about 100; and, of course, about rumors that the firm may be on the brink of dissolution. Ruden has insisted that it will survive by cutting its overhead, reducing expenses and hiring key laterals.

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