Princeton, N.J.’s Wong Fleming, which last year merged into what was then the country’s largest minority-owned law firm, Adorno & Yoss, now Yoss, is now stepping out onto the national stage on its own.

The firm announced Monday that it has re-emerged as a 45-lawyer practice that will operate in 13 states and the District of Columbia. It will retain its offices in Princeton, New York City, Philadelphia and Baltimore, which pre-existed last April’s merger, and add new ones in Chicago, Seattle, Houston and elsewhere.

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