When tax practice chair David Strong left Holme Roberts & Owen for Morrison & Foerster in June, he became the latest practice head to depart the Denver-based firm in a lateral move.

Holme Roberts — which started the year with 192 lawyers and is now down to about 165 — took an even bigger hit when 27 lawyers, 16 of them partners, jumped from its Salt Lake City office to Rocky Mountain rival Holland & Hart between March and May. (As of Thursday, one Holme Roberts partner remained in Salt Lake full time.)

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