Marco Dattini spends his days sifting through e-mails, pleadings, corporate documents and memos, on the lookout for red flags.
The Fort Lauderdale, Fla., lawyer works at some of Miami’s largest law firms, but he’s not a partner, associate or of counsel. He’s a hired gun in a suit, part of a growing South Florida contingent of contract attorneys.
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