So just how long will a group of litigators who gave notice at Wildman, Harrold, Allen & Dixon on Oct. 1 have to wait before heading to their new home at Barnes & Thornburg? Maybe not as long as they claim they were initially told.

On Tuesday, the Chicago Tribune reported that Wildman executive committee member H. Roderic Heard and five of his partners from the firm’s Chicago office would be forced to wait out a 90-day notice period after the attorneys tendered their resignations.

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