That’s what one resident wants everyone — particularly Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe employees — to know.

Angela Shaffer, a legal assistant at the state Bureau for Child Support Enforcement outside Wheeling, got a copy of a Recorder article about Orrick’s decision to move its financial and technological support staff to Wheeling. The piece — actually a version printed in The Recorder‘s Washington, D.C., affiliate Legal Times — included irate remarks from Orrick employees.

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