For K&L Gates, this is not the time to pinch pennies.

Unlike most other managing partners who have been in cutting mode, the law firm’s Miami managing partner, Dan Casey, is on a spending spree. The firm is spending money on sponsorships for such events as the Corporate Counsel Women of Color, joining clients on joint projects and paying to sit on boards of three emerging incubator companies tied to Scripps Florida in Palm Beach County.

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