Berg & Parker lawyers merged with Preston Gates & Ellis seeking stability and growth for their 13-lawyer boutique.

But when Preston Gates was snapped up by mammoth Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Nicholson Graham about two years later, some former Berg lawyers say, they found their practice unsupported, and they felt pressure to hike billing rates. Having gone from center stage to sharing the stage to being moved into the wings, several decided to look for a new home.

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