When Robin Cohen sat down for lunch two summers ago with Marc Kasowitz, she did not expect an on-the-spot job offer.

The 2008 lunch kicked off a courtship by Kasowitz to lure Cohen’s insurance coverage team from Dickstein Shapiro. Completed in January 2010, the deal robbed Dickstein Shapiro of 13 lawyers, including Cohen, the firm’s New York managing partner.

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