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New responsibilities (and liabilities) mean that being a director on a corporate board isn’t the plum job it once was. Still, law firm partners can’t resist the lure of the boardroom. In June we reported on partners at Am Law 100 firms who sat on the boards of companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Our latest survey looks at Am Law 100 partners who serve as directors at Nasdaq-listed businesses. The information was drawn from proxy statements filed with the SEC. The chart below lists firms whose partners serve as directors at four or more Nasdaq-listed companies. Firms are ranked in order of the most directorships. All companies are clients of the respective firm except for those businesses highlighted in italics.

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