Attorneys scrambled behind the scenes in the wake of Friday’s announcement that McDonough Holland & Allen, Sacramento, Calif.’s second largest law firm, would shut its doors this year.

Firm leaders have not spoken publicly about the closure other than to issue a three-paragraph statement saying that a “variety of reasons,” including attorney departures, had led to a decision to “wind down … operations” with a Labor Day target date.

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