Akerman Senterfitt, which has been plagued by a recent wave of attorney defections and partner dissatisfaction, has stepped up recruiting efforts by offering headhunters unusually high fees to land corporate lawyers.

With the recruiting push came news of the departure of another high-profile lawyer. Robert Fernandez, an of counsel attorney who served as deputy general counsel to former Gov. Jeb Bush, is leaving to launch his own practice.

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