Sedgwick announced plans this month to open an office in Washington, D.C. — its 15th location — with 14 lawyers hired from local firm Wallace Partners.

Sedgwick chair Michael Tanenbaum says that the new hires and office constitute neither a merger with, nor an acquisition of, Wallace Partners. At the same time, Tanenbaum says, the Wallace attorneys joining Sedgwick — managing partner Richard Wallace, five other partners, one counsel, and seven associates — are the last of that firm’s lawyers.

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