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Two Harford lawyers from Bingham McCutchen’s financial restructuring group, including the practice group’s co-leader, are jumping to Bracewell & Giuliani and may bring other attorneys with them. Evan Flaschen, the co-head of Bingham’s 120-lawyer financial restructuring practice and partner Gregory Nye will join Bracewell as partners. The 410-lawyer Bracewell also announced that it expects that “a number of financial restructuring attorneys from Bingham will follow” the pair. Bracewell also plans to open a new Hartford office with the pair. “With the arrival of Evan and Greg, we’ve taken the logical next step toward broadening our practice offerings in the New York region and deepening our financial restructuring practice,” said Bracewell’s managing partner Patrick C. Oxford, in the firm’s Houston office. Robert Dombroff, the managing partner of Bingham’s New York office and co-chairman of the firm’s financial institutions practice area, said he anticipates that the people who work with Evan Flaschen most closely would consider leaving with him. “Evan’s personal client base and the people who work those files are somewhat discrete,” Dombroff said. “I would say that constitutes somewhere between four and six associates. About 28 out of Bingham’s 60 lawyers in Hartford do some financial restructuring work. “This leaves us with a strong core restructuring group in Hartford, which will continue to service our worldwide platform,” Dombroff said. Flaschen and Nye represent hedge and private equity funds, institutional investors, lenders and insurance companies. Their practices focus on major corporate and multinational restructurings.

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