Steven Picco, a leading environmental lawyer in New Jersey for 25 years, is heading a five-lawyer defection from the Princeton, N.J., office of international giant Reed Smith to the cozier confines of 250-lawyer regional firm Saul Ewing.

The move brings to 15 the number of lawyers in Saul Ewing’s Princeton office and is part of the firm’s goal of increasing the size of its New Jersey operations, it announced Monday. There is also a nine-lawyer office in Newark.

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