Two partners’ decisions to pursue judgeships and a lease that expires in December have prompted the four partners in Atlanta’s Holland Schaeffer Roddenbery Blitch to dissolve the litigation firm founded by Charles M. Kidd in 1971. The firm will disband at the end of the year.

David N. Schaeffer is running for an open seat on the Georgia Court of Appeals, and James D. Blitch IV is pursuing an appointment for a vacancy on the State Court of Fulton County, which came open after the state court’s chief judge, A.L. Thompson, resigned on Sept. 6.

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