An exodus of sorts is taking place at Miller & Chevalier, one that has the 100-lawyer Washington, D.C., firm taking a hard look at its future.
Known primarily as a tax boutique, the firm has seen roughly 15 partners sprint away in the past 12 months, including a virtual meltdown of its international trade practice.
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